The Standard Portable Library (SPL) is a smart pointer based, cross platform application framework. It is intended to be used instead of STL, and has an API that should be familiar to .NET and Java programmers. It includes basic types such as Date and DateTime, runtime pointer debugging, collection templates, file I/O, networking, database access, threading, and XML parsing.
|Tags||Database API Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||Windows Cygwin POSIX Linux Other|
Release Notes: This release improves the string hash function, changes hash functions to unsigned, makes String::Split() return an empty vector if there's an empty string, adds the spl namespace to all classes (clients must use "using namespace spl;"), fixes an infinite loop in Vector::RemoveElementAt(0) when there's only one element in the Vector, fixes a segfault in Environment::UserName in Linux auto-logon, removes inappropriate use of a volatile keyword, changes the sync primitive for Thread::Join from Mutex to Event, and adds Environment::FreeMemory().
Release Notes: This release fixes GCC 4.4 compilation and various bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds an example commandline program to send messages to a syslog server and fixes various bugs, including UDP client socket issues and Log sending to syslog.
Release Notes: UDP socket and UDP threaded server support were added. The Log class was refactored to use the syslog format and to optionally send to a syslog server. Environment ProcessName and NewLine were added. Various bugs were fixed.