Portable C++ runtime for threads and sockets
uCommon is a lightweight C++ library to facilitate using C++ design patterns
even for very deeply embedded applications, such as for systems using uClibc
along with POSIX threading support. For this reason, UCommon disables language
features that consume memory or introduce runtime overhead. UCommon introduces
some design patterns from Objective-C, such as reference counted objects,
memory pools, and smart pointers. UCommon introduces some new concepts for
handling of thread locking and synchronization.
UCommon is meant as a very light-weight C++ library to facilitate using C++
design patterns even for very deeply embedded applications, such as for systems
using uclibc along with posix threading support. For this reason, UCommon
disables language features that consume memory or introduce runtime overhead,
such as rtti and exception handling, and assumes one will mostly be linking
uCommon Library NEWS -- history of visible user changes. Updated 2008-04-15.
uCommon 0.4 codebase completed and ready for release with the introduction of
the GNU GPL V3. This is a complete rewrite of UCommon as a C++ library for
threading and design patterns suitable for deeply embedded targets.
uCommon 0.7 codebase now has core documentation and basic library theory
in header files. This doc
ucommon (2.0.8-0ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low
* New Upstream release. LP: #514194
* Bump Standards to 3.8.4. No other changes
-- Bhavani Shankar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat, 30 Jan 2010 07:39:01 +0530
ucommon (2.0.7-0ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
* Also install upstream's changelog.
* Bump Standards.
* Move libucommon2-dbg runtime to debug section.
From ucommon 2.0.7 to 2.0.8
- support for optional cmake based build system being added
Proposed for 2.0.7:
Mutex::protect/release unchanged - const readonly, no need to protect
David Sugar <email@example.com>
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