Release Notes: The codec and negotiation parsers are now more efficient. A small addition has been made to the objects' interface for testability.
Release Notes: The copyright dates in various source files have been updated and corrected. The RPM spec file has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: Hardcoded string variables have been added for names of attributes.
Release Notes: An error condition with network connections that close unexpectedly no longer causes a tight loop which hangs the application.
Release Notes: A fix has been backported from the development branch which prevents applications using Atlas-C++ from hanging when flooded with data from a client.
Release Notes: The Negotiate API has been modified to make it more flexible. Some large functions are no longer inlined.
Release Notes: The code no longer ignores the return value of sscanf, allowing the code to build cleanly with gcc 4.0.1.
Release Notes: The Objects Factory code has been cleaned up, and now makes more sense. A more efficient API has been added for querying attribute values. The hasAttr() method has been fixed so it now works in a more logical way. A new Generic operation class has been added, which now makes it much easier to have Atlas-C++ handle custom type trees. Many performance improvements have been made. Numerous bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: No changes were made to the program logic, but the build files were cleaned up, and the version was incremented to indicate that this series is now final.
Release Notes: An issue compiling with gcc 4 has been fixed. New Atlas classes for Use and Wield operations have been added.