The UDS (Useful Development Stuff) Collection is a C++ library that provides development and debugging facilities such as automatic searching for memory leaks and zombie objects, backtraces at runtime, an alternative set of function objects, classes for reference counting, copy-on-write and garbage collection, POSIX threads wrapper classes, a socket API that includes support for TCP, UDP, X.25, and Unix domain sockets, m4 macros, and much more.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release includes only gcc-3.3 compatibility fixes.
Release Notes: Some minor cleanups and fixes have been done.
Release Notes: Some gcc 3.1 related problems and minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: If all memory leaks are ignored, no warning message is printed. A problem with original_new() has been fixed.
Release Notes: A major memory leak has been fixed.