The CoreLinux++ Abstract Framework Library (libclfw++) is a library meant to facilitate the development of commonly used frameworks for C++ applications. It does this by providing common classes and the abstractions of frameworks for extension.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release refines MetaClass resolution and the ability to define which Schema class to instantiate for Schema modeling or when restoring from persist.
Release Notes: This release enables a very powerful framework persistence abstraction, built on the premise that the actual storage service code (that which implements concrete persist services beneath the abstraction) should be intelligent enough to take guidance from domain descriptions (concepts) defined in a schema that is independent of the kind of storage service the application selects. Said concepts define the types to be stored, in addition to other information, and it is the job of the storage service to manage the data layout and service execution as defined by its implementation. This release contains the Schema and Concept modeling constructs and services.
Release Notes: The abstract Library Load framework was refitted to leverage the previous work (0.2.5) done with Ontologies and MetaClasses. This has enabled the creation of the first concrete framework implementation: libclfll++ 0.1.0.
Release Notes: Many changes pertaining to the Meta system were made. Significant interface changes from the previous version were made. This version requires CoreLinux++ 0.4.30 and libuuid.
Release Notes: MetaType now supports static method or function dispatching without the requirement of an object instance. A defect which prevented RPM installs was fixed.