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3DLDF Release 1.1.5 and 1.1.5.1

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Release of 3DLDF 1.1.5.

3DLDF is a GNU package for three-dimensional drawing with MetaPost
output.

It is available from http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/3dldf and other ftp
servers.
Please see the author's website,

http://wwwuser.gwdg.de/~lfinsto1

and

http://www.gnu.org/directory/graphics/3D/3DLDF.html

for more information.

In release 1.1.5, I've tied up some loose ends.  I wanted to do this
before starting on the input routine.

* Added `const real step' argument to the version of
   Ellipse::intersection_points() that takes an Ellipse
   argument.

* BUG FIX:  Added `touch 3DLDFmp.mp' to the `3DLDFmp.mp' target in
   3DLDF-1.1.5/CWEB/Makefile.am.  This ensures that
   TeX and dvips will be run if MetaPost is run on `3DLDFmp.mp'.  This 
happens if
   `3DLDFput.mp' is newer than `3DLDFmp.mp', but the latter isn't
   changed, so TeX and dvips
   weren't being run.  I'm surprized nobody's complained about this.
   Not yet documented in the _3DLDF User and Reference Manual_.

* Added `PHONY' targets as synonyms for certain targets:
   `cpl' for `3dldf'.  For compiling and linking `3dldf'.
   `mp' for `3DLDFmp.mp'.  For running MetaPost on `3DLDFmp.mp'.
   `ldf' for `3DLDFput.mp'. For running `3dldf'.
   Not yet documented in the _3DLDF User and Reference Manual_.

* It is now possible to ``typedef'' `real' to either `float'
   or `double'.  This means that `real' can now be made a synonym
   for either `float' or `double' by using a `typedef'
   declaration.  `real' is typedeffed to `float' by default.

* Added `const bool ldf_real_float' and
   `extern const bool ldf_real_double'
   for use in non-conditionally compiled code.
   They are set according to the values
   of `LDF_REAL_FLOAT' and `LDF_REAL_DOUBLE'.

* `Transform::epsilon()' and `Point::epsilon()' now return
   different values, depending on the values of the preprocessor macros
   `LDF_REAL_FLOAT' and `LDF_REAL_DOUBLE'.  I have not yet tested
   whether good values are returned when `real' is `double'.

* `MAX_REAL' and `MAX_REAL_SQRT' are no longer constants.
   Their values are set at the beginning of `main()'.  However,
   users should not change their values.  `MAX_REAL' is the
   second-largest `float' or `double' on a given machine.  This
   now works for all common architectures.

* Added `namespace System' containing the following functions:
   `get_endianness()', `is_big_endian()',
   `is_little_endian()', `get_register_width()',
   `is_32_bit()', `is_64_bit()', and the template function
   `get_second_largest()'.

   `namespace System' and its functions are documented in
   `system.texi', which is new in edition 1.1.5 of the
   _3DLDF User and Reference Manual_.

* Replaced the various `create_new_<type>()' functions with the
   template function `create_new()'.  The latter is documented in
  `creatnew.texi', which is new in edition 1.1.5 of the
   _3DLDF User and Reference Manual_.

* Added the file `3DLDF-1.1.5/CWEB/cnepspng.el' to
   the distribution.  It contains the definitions of the Emacs-Lisp
   functions `convert-eps' and `convert-eps-loop'.

* Added the files
   3DLDF-1.1.5/CWEB/exampman.web and
   3DLDF-1.1.5/CWEB/examples.mp to the
   distribution.  They contain the C++ and MetaPost code,
   respectively, for generating the illustrations in the
   _3DLDF User and Reference Manual_.


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Release of 3DLDF 1.1.5.1.

3DLDF is a GNU package for three-dimensional drawing with MetaPost
output.

It is available from http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/3dldf and other ftp
servers.
Please see the author's website,

http://wwwuser.gwdg.de/~lfinsto1

and

http://www.gnu.org/directory/graphics/3D/3DLDF.html

for more information.

* Added missing Texinfo files to the `3dldf_TEXINFOS' variable in
   `3DLDF-1.1.5.1/DOC/TEXINFO/Makefile.am', and reordered the filenames.

* Changed the names of the PNG (Portable Network Graphics) files
   included in the HTML version of the _3DLDF User and Reference
   Manual_.  Changed the names in the commands for including these
   files in the Texinfo files.  I wasn't able to write some of the
   files with the old names to a CD-R (Compact Disk, Recordable).



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