The ADAPTIVE Communication Environment (ACE) is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework that helps you develop and deploy high-performance networked applications faster and with less code to write and maintain. ACE is especially useful for systems that use network and/or inter-process communications and that take advantage of multithreading. While the ACE source code is free, that's not the only way you save money with ACE. ACE's wrappers and higher-level patterns help you develop your software quickly and portably, helping you to complete your projects on time and within budget.
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Release Notes: Adds the ability to build RPMs for just ACE. Adds support for Embarcadero C++BuilderXE5 using bcc32. When Intel C++ 2013 SP1 Update 2 is used with C++11 enabled as compiler feature, now ACE_HAS_CPP11 will be defined. Fixes several boundary bugs in the ACE RLE Compressor. Changes to TAO: new implementation repository features; a new tao_imr kill command to signal an otherwise unresponsive server; and a new tao_imr link command to identify groups of POAs that share a server. ImR is better able to avoid errantly starting multiple server instances.
Release Notes: This release added support for FC20 and ended support for FC19, extended the C++11 feature test suite, improved support for MingW64, and made improvements to IPv6 support on Windows.
Release Notes: Major bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: ACE_Time_Value and ACE_Monotonic_Time_Policy were added. TIME_POLICY support was added to ACE_Condition_Attributes, ACE_Message_Queue-s, ACE_Task-s, and related classes. CORBA's string_dup and string_free were refactored. Message fragmentation was added to MIOP. Interdependencies between OpsnDDS and CIAO were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Oracle Solaris Studio 12 Update 3, compile-time support for Windows CE 7, a new XML_Utils library, new OpenSSL configuration options, support for DDS4CCM with OpenDDS 3.2 or higher as a DDS implementation, and other minor enhancements and bugfixes. The High Res Timer global scale factor on Windows is now 64bit.