XPLC is a component system that tries to enable the use of components in a pervasive way. It aims to be easy to use, have low speed and size overhead, and be language and platform neutral. Basically, the idea is to leave no excuse for an application not to be component-enabled (being a component and/or using components).
|Tags||Software Development Object Brokering|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows OS Independent POSIX|
|Implementation||C C++ Other|
Release Notes: Additional work was done on the category system. The module loader was improved.
Release Notes: A fix was made for AMD64 (and possibly some other 64-bit platforms). The testing framework and Debian packaging were improved.
Release Notes: It is now possible to install multiple versions of XPLC in parallel. A compilation problem on Darwin/Mac OS X has been fixed. A problem with uninstalling the Debian package has been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a single liner quick fix that broke a third party package.
Release Notes: The module loading mechanism was refactored to share more code and be simpler to use. The examples were improved a bit to make the lifting of code easier, and some bugs in the unit tests were fixed.