Finally some progress!

  • Backported the require.memory changes in NetBSD to the ATF upstream code, and extended them to support OS X as well.
  • Backported local pkgsrc patches to ATF into the upstream code.
  • Started to prepare ATF 0.15 by doing test runs of NetBSD/i386 and NetBSD/amd64 and by building the code in various Linux distributions. Several build bugs fixed along the way.
  • Spent a long while trying to figure out how the Fedora package maintainer procedure has changed since 3 years ago to create packages for ATF, Lutok and Kyua. Not very successful yet unfortunately.
Nothing on the Kyua front, but getting a new release of ATF out of the door has higher priority now!

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