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Created by Guilhem Lettron on 2013-09-09 and last modified on 2014-09-05
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Recent revisions

173. By kmoore on 2014-09-05

Menuselect: Fix incorrect enabling on failed deps

This corrects a situation where menuselect can incorrectly enable a
module by default that has defaultenabled set to "no" and has
failed/non-selected dependencies. The bug is due to an inverted test
when checking for whether the given module should be set to enabled by
default on load.

Review: https://reviewboard.asterisk.org/r/3975/
Reported by: John Bigelow

172. By mmichelson on 2014-06-13

Increase buffer size so that input lines are not truncated.

Specifically, when disabling all res modules, the input line to
menuselect was too small. The buffer has been quadrupled in
size and also uses a heap allocation.

ASTERISK-23830 #close
Reported by Corey Farrell

Review: https://reviewboard.asterisk.org/r/3599

171. By tzafrir on 2012-05-09

Don't suppress CFLAGS and LDFLAGS

r366002 in Asterisk allows passing CFLAGS and LDFLAGS to menuselect.
This commit is intended to avoid having menuselect override them.

While we're at it, remove '-c' from CFLAGS.

Review: https://reviewboard.asterisk.org/r/1908/

170. By seanbright on 2012-01-31

Remove unused variable.

169. By rmudgett on 2011-12-19

Fix crashes on other platforms caused by interference from Darwin weak symbol support.

Support weak symbols on a platform specific basis. The Mac OS X (Darwin)
support must be isolated from the other platforms because it has caused
other platforms to crash. Several other platforms including Linux have
GCC versions that define the weak attribute. However, this attribute is
only setup for use in the code by Darwin.

(closes issue ASTERISK-18728)
Reported by: Ben Klang

Review: https://reviewboard.asterisk.org/r/1617/

168. By tzafrir on 2011-12-08

menuselect-dummy: fix support_level and more

* Parsing <support_level> requires adding '_' to the regex.
* Parse attribute in the main tag and treat them the same as sub-tags.
* ' */' can also terminate MODULEINFO. Be more strict about the end.
  (Make sure we don't get the terminating ' ***/' from the DOCUMENTATION
  in app_macro.c).

167. By jrose on 2011-11-10

Add barriers to the menuselect easteregg

This patch adds some familiar looking barriers to hide under to the 'i' easteregg
from cmenuselect.

(closes issue ASTERISK-18802)
Reported by: J'Len Dowdy
Patches:
 barrierupdatemerged.patch uploaded by J'Len Dowdy (license #6316)

166. By qwell on 2011-11-09

Fix issue with setting defaultenabled on categories that are already enabled by default.

(closes issue ASTERISK-18738)

165. By jrose on 2011-11-07

Adds a mothership enemy to Asterisk menuselect easteregg.

Mothership flies across the top of the screen after a certain number of alien kills.
It's a bonus target.

(closes issue ASTERISK-18801)
Reported by: John Gould
Patches:
    space2.patch uploaded by John Gould (license 6319)
Review: https://reviewboard.asterisk.org/r/1555/

164. By kpfleming on 2011-10-14

Code cleanup:

* Properly use 'enum support_level_values' type in code that uses these values,
  rather than 'int'.

* Ensure that all member items in categories have a non-empty support_level,
  "unspecified" unless it is overridden by the input files.

* Don't show a support level of 'core' in the user interface code if a member
  does not have a support level (see above... they will always have one now).

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