Release Notes: New D-Bus bindings. An improved callback API based on boost's function library. Support for parsing OCSP requests and responses. A long list of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Many fixes and updates to make the Win32 port work again. Crash dump support in Win32. For unit testing purposes, a graphical test runner and a set of valgrind suppressions suitable for WvStreams are now installed by default.
Release Notes: The event loop model has been changed to allow for greater performance in the future. The X509 certificate and CRL API have been extended to support more features required for comprehensive X509 path validation.
Release Notes: Some new classes and features to aid debugging have been added. The cryptographic subsystem was made more comprehensive. A major bug in the zlib encoder was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small build system error that prevented compilation.
Release Notes: This release offers several minor enhancements to existing features and a lot of bugfixes. It also includes UniConf 4.2, which is a vast improvement over UniConf 4.0. Removed from this distribution are the FAM and sound wrapper classes, because they were unused and unmaintained.
Release Notes: This version now compiles with OpenSSL 0.9.7e, and includes a Solaris port. Aside from this, there a number of small feature enhancements.
Release Notes: This release uses pkg-config for libraries and compiles with GCC 3.4. UniConf is much more complete and stable with the addition of many new generators, backends, and monikers. The UniConf Daemon does authentication and was ported to Windows. WvSSLStream now does certificate validation. The UnitTesting framework has been updated to more completely test the entire library. A base library, libwvbase, was created. This means that WvStreams programs using the most common parts of the API will link against only one shared library. There were many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Some bugs that caused numerous bits of flakiness in programs compiled with this library have been fixed. Specifically, WvPipe and WvStrings now do sane things when they fail.
Release Notes: This release adds updates to start FreeBSD compatibility, bugfixes, and general cleanup.