Commit 499d734b authored by Jan Möbius's avatar Jan Möbius
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Updated changelog

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<tr valign=top><td><b>2.2.1</b> (?/?/?,Rev.613)</td><td> <tr valign=top><td><b>2.2.1</b> (?/?/?,Rev.622)</td><td>
<b>Core</b> <b>Core</b>
<ul> <ul>
<li>Fixed some gcc-4.7 incompatibilities</li> <li>Fixed some gcc-4.7 incompatibilities</li>
<li>TriMesh::split now returns the handle of the new vertex</li>
<li>Fixed delete_face function, not marking halfedges as deleted, if the edge gets deleted.(Thanks to Maxime Quiblier for the bug report)</li>
</ul> </ul>
<b>IO</b> <b>IO</b>
<ul> <ul>
<li>Fixed OBJ Reader not correctly setting per halfedge normals. (Thanks to Patrick Rauber for the report)</li> <li>Fixed OBJ Reader not correctly setting per halfedge normals. (Thanks to Patrick Rauber for the report)</li>
<li>Fixed bug in halfedge normal computation, where a boundary halfedge was not correctly handled and caused a segfault.</li> <li>Fixed bug in halfedge normal computation, where a boundary halfedge was not correctly handled and caused a segfault.</li>
<li>Fix: OM Reader used different types on 32/64-bit systems. (Thanks to Martin Bayer for the patch)</li>
</ul> </ul>
<b>Unittests</b> <b>Unittests</b>
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<ul> <ul>
<li>Updated the Compiler flags construction to remove some unnecessary warnings with clang</li> <li>Updated the Compiler flags construction to remove some unnecessary warnings with clang</li>
<li>Don't add the largeaddressaware flag when building with mingw</li> <li>Don't add the largeaddressaware flag when building with mingw</li>
<li>Readded missing DOXY_IGNORE_THIS definition to doxygen file</li>
</ul> </ul>
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