Documentation files for Common C++ "2"
Common C++ "2" is a GNU package which offers portable "abstraction"
of system services such as threads, networks, and sockets. Common
C++ also offers individual frameworks generally useful to developing
portable C++ applications including a object persistence engine, math
libraries, threading, sockets, etc. Common C++ is small, and highly
portable. Common C++ will support most Unix operating systems as
well as Win32, in addition to GNU/Linux.
This directory contains the initial testing release of GNU Common C++
"2" 1.1. This release is provided for testing and development and in
many ways represents a significient refinement of the prior GNU Common
C++ "2" (1.0.x) releases.
Few functional class changes in behavior exist in 1.1 vs 1.0. However,
many classes have been cleaned up to use const correctly, and this may
impact other people
This directory will include demo programs that were used for testing out the
APE library. These demos are not nessisarly meant to serve any purpose
other than educational. They are not normally "built" unless you enter this
directory, and they are not meant to be "installed" for general use. They
are here both to educate how APE works and for internal testing.
Common C++ Library NEWS -- history of visible user changes. 2000-05-22
This is a reorganized release that has been created as an intermediary
release to Common C++ 2.0. Includes sources reorganized into a single
working directory source directory and merged from the split sources for
win32, posix, and common that we used to do. It also includes the new
Common C++ template lib
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