Changeset 15133


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Timestamp:
07/06/17 10:26:55 (4 months ago)
Author:
gkronber
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#2651: merged r15085,r15112,r15113,r15129 from trunk to stable

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stable
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5 edited
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  • stable/HeuristicLab.ExtLibs/HeuristicLab.Igraph/0.8.0-pre/HeuristicLab.Igraph-0.8.0-pre/HeuristicLab.IGraph-0.8.0-pre.csproj

    r15130 r15133  
    7777      <CopyToOutputDirectory>Always</CopyToOutputDirectory>
    7878    </Content>
     79    <Content Include="igraph_version.txt">
     80      <CopyToOutputDirectory>PreserveNewest</CopyToOutputDirectory>
     81    </Content>
    7982  </ItemGroup>
    8083  <Import Project="$(MSBuildToolsPath)\Microsoft.CSharp.targets" />
  • stable/HeuristicLab.ExtLibs/HeuristicLab.Igraph/0.8.0-pre/HeuristicLab.Igraph-0.8.0-pre/Plugin.cs

    r15130 r15133  
    2828  [PluginFile("igraph-0.8.0-pre-x64.dll", PluginFileType.NativeDll)]
    2929  [PluginFile("igraph-0.8.0-pre-license.txt", PluginFileType.License)]
     30  [PluginFile("igraph_version.txt", PluginFileType.Data)]
    3031  public class HeuristicLabIGraphPlugin : PluginBase {
    3132  }
  • stable/HeuristicLab.ExtLibs/HeuristicLab.Igraph/0.8.0-pre/HeuristicLab.Igraph-0.8.0-pre/Wrappers/Graph.cs

    r15130 r15133  
    5757    public void SetSeed(uint seed) {
    5858      DllImporter.igraph_rng_seed(seed);
    59     }
    60 
    61     public int RandomInteger(int inclLower, int inclUpper) {
    62       return DllImporter.igraph_rng_get_integer(inclLower, inclUpper);
    6359    }
    6460
  • stable/HeuristicLab.ExtLibs/HeuristicLab.Igraph/0.8.0-pre/HeuristicLab.Igraph-0.8.0-pre/igraph-0.8.0-pre-license.txt

    r14234 r15133  
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  • stable/HeuristicLab.Tests/HeuristicLab.Tests.csproj

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    567567    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.Encodings.SymbolicExpressionTreeEncoding-3.4\GrammarsTest.cs" />
    568568    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.Encodings.SymbolicExpressionTreeEncoding-3.4\Util.cs" />
     569    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.IGraph\IGraphLayoutTest.cs" />
     570    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.IGraph\IGraphWrappersGraphTest.cs" />
     571    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.IGraph\IGraphWrappersMatrixTest.cs" />
     572    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.IGraph\IGraphWrappersVectorTest.cs" />
    569573    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.Persistence-3.3\StorableAttributeTests.cs" />
    570574    <Compile Include="HeuristicLab.Persistence-3.3\UseCases.cs" />
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