Release Notes: This release increased thread-safety of some library classes, turned off XML formatting, and removed the user guide from sources in favor of the online wiki.
Release Notes: This release gives users more flexibility in parsing/constructing XML-RPC requests and responses. A new users guide has been started. This release has moved to Boost 1.34. There are other fixes and cleanups. This version is binary incompatible with older releases.
Release Notes: Undefined behavior in Pool_executor, introduced in 0.8.6, was fixed. Undefined behavior in the http module built with MSVC 8 was fixed.
Release Notes: Several stability fixes related to starting and stopping the XML-RPC server were made. Compilation was fixed on Windows.
Release Notes: An interface for the Authentication Plugin class has been changed in order to be more comfortable for users. Now a server can be gracefully stopped from another thread. It is now possible to run multiple HTTP servers in one process.
Release Notes: Some compilation fixes and enhanced compatibility with HTTP proxies.
Release Notes: New features include support for HTTP authorization and client support for HTTP(S) proxies. Some code clean-ups and fixes have been made.
Release Notes: Packaging for Debian was added. Several verification levels were introduced for HTTP/XML-RPC validity. By default, content-type is not validated in order to act with better compatibility with other tools. UB during binding was fixed to process a with debugger.
Release Notes: This release fixes core dumps on malformed HTTP requests, rewrites the library HTTP subsystem from scratch, and adds other minor cleanups.
Release Notes: This release focuses on two new features: external method dispatchers and a full-fledged Windows port. Several bugs related to compatibility with other XML-RPC engines and stability under high loads were fixed.