Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the skaclient library that was preventing proper connections to asynchronous helper programs such as s6's s6-ftrigrd.
Release Notes: This release fixes a building bug on non-Linux platforms.
Release Notes: This is a major skalibs release with shared library support, zero-copy data transfer support, improved time handling, major memory optimizations, and a library made to write asynchronous helper programs.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs, cleans up a bit of code, and offers a few new convenient interfaces.
Release Notes: A much-needed release to fix some annoying bugs and keep the library up to date.
Release Notes: This release fixed a tiny bug and worked around a Linux 2.6 poll() bug by changing the iopause() interface slightly.
Release Notes: This release fixed invisible portability problems with BSD and Solaris and an annoying bug in realpath(), and comes with new, fully reentrant interfaces to libstddjb, libdns, and librandom. Memory reallocation was also further reduced. Upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs, and adds better IO, integer formatting, signal, and selfpipe management APIs.
Release Notes: This release adds reliability to system call wrapping, Single Unix conformance, memory-optimized basic routines, and other new features.
Release Notes: This release is primarily a rewrite of libdatastruct. It changes the APIs, however.