U++ 1952 released

Discussion in 'C++' started by Koldo, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Koldo

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    Website: http://www.ultimatepp.org
    Download: http://code.google.com/p/upp-mirror/downloads/list

    U++ is BSD licensed C++ cross-platform rapid application development
    suite focused on programmers productivity without sacrificing
    runtime performance.

    What is new in version 1952:

    TheIDE:
    * Improved installation in Win32 with support for the latest Win32
    SDK.
    * Helpsystem has vastly improved searching capabilities.
    * Build process now supports new link options - Posix releases now use
    "gc-sections" linker option to dramatically reduce the size of
    resulting
    binaries (up to 40%).

    CtrlLib:
    * File selector (FileSel class) got networking support in Win32.
    * TrayIcon in X11 now supports notifications.
    * TopWindow in X11 now supports SetAlphs.

    Painter:
    * Image rescaling algorithm was improved for better downscaling.

    Core:
    * Containers now have a new debugging utility to resolve pick semantic
    errors.
    Koldo, Jan 26, 2010
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