Socket++ library defines a family of C++ classes that can be used more effectively for using sockets than directly calling the underlying low-level system functions. One distinct advantage of Socket++ is that it has the same interface as that of the iostream so that the users can perform type-safe input/output.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX AIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: This version fixes the read and write buffer segment handling, is namespace clean, and is g++ 3.4 ready.
Release Notes: An uninitialized sockerr variable error could lead to a segmentation fault in the caller exception handler if it called errstr(). This has been fixed.
Release Notes: A new method sockbuf::setname helps in communication error situations. There is a Max OS X port.