The LinuxClassLibrary is a growing set of classes which everyone needs every day, that runs on all types of *nix and also on Win32. Currently it is a library that works in the background (non GUI). Current features are character handling, file descriptors (sockets, file, etc.), a database system (like the Perl DBI), an event system, template collection classes (set, heap, hash, etc.), IPC, protocols, plug-ins, and images.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Windows|
Release Notes: Major feature enhancements, bugfixes, and code clean-ups were done. LThreads were rewritten (with a compatibility interface). LSerializer was rewritten, and has much better performance now. Many minor fixes were made. Exceptions were brushed up and enhanced to be more usable. LConfigSystem was cleaned up greatly, and support for the old LConfigParser was droppped in favor of LConfigModules.
Release Notes: Several internal code clean ups where done. A class for error codes in the form XXX-YYY-1234 was added. A line-based ASCII protocol framework for TCP was added which aids the developer in implementing such protocols. Primitive classes for rectangles and points were also added. The commandline parser was improved and enhanced.
Release Notes: This release contains minor bugfixes and cleanups of the code.
Release Notes: A very simple scripting interpreter and parser was added, and the LOG/TRACE system was cleaned up. Some performance issues and the RPM build were fixed. Database modules are now implemented and packaged as plug-ins. OCI8 now has support for binds, and some Win32 extensions (Service and Registry) were added. Many platform and compiler-specific issues were fixed and cleaned up.
Release Notes: This release has a plugin system which can be very easily extended. There is also a scripting system (currently with a scheme like language) which loads new commands from the plugins. It also has some serialization.