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journald-native/CHANGELOG.md

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# Changelog
## v1.0.12
*May 25, 2020*
* Updated tests for long function names
* Improvements in CI
* Pinned bundler to 2.x
## v1.0.11
*September 14, 2018*
* Introduce long function names
* Fix dummy building on FreeBSD [[#4]](https://github.com/sandfoxme/journald-native/issues/4)
* Fix print() dummy call crash on FreeBSD
## v1.0.10
*March 29, 2018*
* Make require calls rpm-friendly [[#3]](https://github.com/sandfoxme/journald-native/pull/3)
* Fix compilation problems on some systems due to CFLAGS being overwritten
## v1.0.9
*April 11, 2016*
* Change license to LGPL 2.1 or later to match systemd
* Change C version from C99 to C11
* Use safer xmalloc/xfree memory allocation functions from Ruby API
* Add tests
## v1.0.8
**1.0.8 was missed due to a technical error, sorry**
## v1.0.7
*July 28, 2015*
C extention updated to 1.0.6 features, released as 1.0.7
Returning to C due to overgrown complexity of C++ template wrapper code for Ruby exception handling
## v1.0.6
*March 10, 2015*
* No longer accepts strings with zero byte as valid
## v1.0.5
*March 10, 2015*
* Dummy detection const & method
```ruby
Journald::Native.dummy? # true on linux,
Journald::Native::IS_DUMMY # false otherwise
```
## v1.0.4
*March 09, 2015*
* Port extention from C to C++11
* Make everything memory and exception safe
## v1.0.3
*February 05, 2015*
* Dummy compilation on MacOS and Windows (dummy sd_journal_* calls that return 0 doing nothing)
* Link to libsystemd instead of libsystemd-journal on newer systems
Please note that the gem still won't compile on Linux system without systemd-journal
## v1.0.2
*October 31, 2014*
* Fixed possible memory leak in function send()
## v1.0.1
*October 30, 2014*
* Fixed wrong dependency on ruby
## v1.0.0
*October 30, 2014*
Initial release