GNU Common C++ framework for embedded scripting - development files
The GNU ccScript package offers a class extensible threaded embedded
scripting engine for use with GNU Common C++. This engine is also used in
GNU Bayonne (the GNU telephony application server package) and other
parts of GNUCOMM (the GNU telephony meta-project). This engine differs
from traditional scripting systems in that it is used to script near
real-time state-event systems through deterministic callback step
execution rather than the linear and non-deterministic fashion of embedded
script systems such as Tcl, libguile, etc.
This package contains the development files and headers to link to
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This directory contains the "3rd" major release of the GNU ccScript
engine. GNU ccScript "3" is a and highly specialized embedded
scripting engine and virtual execution environment for creating script
ccscript Library NEWS -- history of visible user changes.
GNU ccScript3 - release 0.1
A new and highly optimized release series of the ccScript engine.
Includes major improvements in the use of locking and symbol lookup
libccscript3 (1.1.7-2) unstable; urgency=low
* wheezey polish
* Ack NMUs - Thanks Gregor & Luk
* Update to Standards Version 3.9.3
* source/format -> 3.0 (quilt)
* debian/compat -> 9 hardening and multiarch
* switch to dh - drop cdbs
* Remove obsolete debian/*dirs
* misc lintian fixes
-- Mark Purcell <email@example.com> Sat, 23 Jun 2012 15:42:07 +1000
libccscript3 (1.1.7-1.2) u
From ccScript3 1.1.5 to 1.1.6
- minor preproc fix and dupString export
From ccScript3 1.1.4 to 1.1.
* pgsql, mysql specific optional db modules
* unixodbc detection broken on freebsd6?
* gsoap for c
This package was debianized by Mark Purcell <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Tue, 19 Jul 2005 10:41:41 +1000.
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