Release Notes: This release adds session support to Damos, as well as the urlencode and urldecode functions. With session support in Damos also comes the ability to use custom-created Scorpion contexts (SSL).
Release Notes: This version adds the Agelena generic logging library, as well as a significant update to the documentation.
Release Notes: Two changes that were not included in the previous release are included in this one. Functionally, there are no differences.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor bugs and adds a UDPSocket class to Spin. Though HTTP doesn't use UDP, it was the only thing missing from Arachnida to allow it to be used for any IP-based protocol, whether it is TCP/IP or UDP/IP. This class was added at a user's request.
Release Notes: This version corrects a merge conflict that was left in Mesolthelae's main.cpp file due to an oversight.
Release Notes: This release adds Damos, an HTTP(s) client library. Sending an HTTP request and receiving a response is easy with this library. Documentation has not yet been added for this feature, which was released early at a client's request.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The most important visible change is in the Request structure, which now contains a weak_ptr to the connection rather than a reference. Using a reference caused a possible race condition if the client closed the connection before the server had the time to send a response but after it has decided to send one.
Release Notes: This version has been ported to Linux and removes two typedefs that were put in for compatibility with version 1.0.00, because they were not portable. This means that users of version 1.0.00 may have to change their code (a bit) to use this version. This version adds a Response structure, which allows an application to easily send HTTP responses over a connection. It also adds a facility to send anything serializable over a connection easily.
Release Notes: With respect to the previous version, this version adds a Response structure, which allows an application to easily send HTTP responses over a connection. It also adds a facility to send anything serializable over a connection easily.