Release Notes: This version adds the ability to build libspopc with POSIX mutex enabled on VMS.
Release Notes: This version has more compilation options, using either librt's semaphores or pthread's mutex. It has been updated to compile and run again on Win32.
Release Notes: This version has fixes for buffer overruns.
Release Notes: This version contains some bugfixes for the case in which either a network problem occurred or the default timeout was reached without the server responding.
Release Notes: This version includes a minor bugfix related to conditional build when SSL support is disabled.
Release Notes: This version re-enables the long-disabled send and recv timeouts (set to 15s), with a new method that allow timeouts with SSL. It adds a way to control the synchronization of the session object with the server state. It also adds direct access to message numbers in the session object. The manual and the example programs have been updated. The code has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: This version fixes bugs, particularly a big one in poplast(), which did not return the last stored email 'id' in some cases. Re-entrant code and a set of init functions (new API) have been added, but are not enabled by default (see Makefile). An OpenVMS build script has been added (see vms/). The API has changed. It is strongly encouraged to update old programs to use the initialization routines (see doc/manual.txt) and enable re-entrancy in libspopc (see Makefile).
Release Notes: When built upon OpenSSL, this version provides 3 new functions that allow the programmer to force the use of SSL on any TCP port, or disable the use of SSL even on port 995. The default behavior is the same as previous versions: using SSL automatically only on port 995.
Release Notes: A bug in finding the CRLF.CRLF pattern in the received messages has been fixed. Buffer underruns have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version does an exact match for the end of message as \r\n.\r\n. The 512 bytes limit for server short reply has been removed. Some memory leaks on errors have been fixed.