Release Notes: Among several minor issues, two serious flaws have been fixed which lead to unpredictable behavior after certain transmission errors.
Release Notes: This release adds a missing doc file and missing #include headers for g++ 4.2 and later.
Release Notes: This release extends the handbook and explains some features to influence details in the behaviour of TCP/IP connections.
Release Notes: This release contains several fixes regarding SSL, timeout handling, and code generation. There are now more possibilities to create client and server code from sources as well as from introspection. The documentation contains examples on how to use the generated files.
Release Notes: This release introduces a pair of applications that read your C++ classes and generate a set of header and implementation files for client and server code. Additionally there is limited support for Log4J/Log4Cxx logging hosts. The library itself did not change except for minor tweaks to support the new features.
Release Notes: This release fixes some compilation issues on certain platforms.
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor and major issues. Most important was the ability to crash the library under high load due to the use of non-reentrant system calls. There was also the risk of a buffer overflow with large floating point numbers.
Release Notes: The W3C recommendation is now used to represent date and time.
Release Notes: Several problems with the epoll() functionality have been fixed. Some internal variables have been renamed to avoid compiler warnings.