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2016-08-06modernize: use default method synthesisAvatar Saleem Abdulrasool -6/+2
Convert a number of destructors to default synthesized functions. Try to inline a few instances into the header. It should be possible to inline all of them, however, gcc seems to emit a number of warnings. Furthermore, some of the destructors are pure-virtualed, but provide an implementation. Placing the definition into the header causes ODR violations.
2016-08-04modernize: use override annotationsAvatar Saleem Abdulrasool -3/+3
Automated addition of override to overridden functions. NFC.
2016-08-04modernize: convert to range based for-loopsAvatar Saleem Abdulrasool -3/+2
Automated conversion to range based for loops. NFC
2012-10-20cave: clean up print-unmanaged-filesAvatar Saleem Abdulrasool -4/+4
- drop unnecessary usage of std namespace - avoid unnecessary object creation
2012-10-20install missing manpage and fix typoAvatar Ɓukasz P. Michalik -1/+1
2012-10-14cave: add print-unmanaged-filesAvatar Saleem Abdulrasool -0/+229
This adds a new command to cave: print-unmanaged-files. This command is similar in spirit to the print-unamanged-files demo ruby script. The default invocation will scan the system root and recursively list all files. You may however limit it to a subset of the filesystem by specifying the --root parameter. More than one root may be specified simultaneously. Signed-off-by: Saleem Abdulrasool <compnerd@compnerd.org>