CSCall++ 0.37 is released

Discussion in 'C++' started by wij@seed.net.tw, Jul 30, 2010.

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    CSCall++ http://sourceforge.net/projects/cscall/ does not rely on C++
    standard library but entirely wrap POSIX c functions. The most
    important, all functions are fully documented (this is essentially
    different from average C++ libraries).
    Questions and criticism are welcome.

    Features:
    .The error reporting mechanism, I believed, is one of the 'correct'
    one.
    .The class function member rule is tested (7 years) to be good
    practice.
    .Most low level function features are preserved.
    Wy::cin,Wy::cout,Wy::cerr directly talk to the standard file
    descriptor not only faster and simpler, but can be used in
    signal handler the same manner as POSIX signal-safe functions
    can. Beside, they can be reset to associate to not only regular
    file but also socket,fifo,character device.
    .WyThread wraps pthread functions, the only thread class I saw that
    supports thread cancellation and signal managements.
    .Comes with many reusable example programs that can initiate or be
    modified into real applications.
    , Jul 30, 2010
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