libASSA is an OO C++ UNIX networking library based on some of the design patterns such as Configurator, Reactor, Acceptor, and Connector collectively known as Adaptive Communication Patterns described in various papers published by Dr. D. C. Schmidt.
|Tags||Adaptive Technologies Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This is a catch-up release of minor bugfixes and library interface improvements.
Release Notes: The networking layer has been ported to wing32 environment. There are minor bugfixes and interface improvements.
Release Notes: Ported to ARM/i386 Debian and NetBSD 3.0.
Release Notes: Ports are now available for the x86_64 architecture and Cygwin. The various outstanding bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a Streambuf data loss under certain conditions, along with other minor bugs.