U++ 2232 released

Discussion in 'C++' started by Koldo, Mar 16, 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 2232:

    theide:
    * Sorting of package has been improved, placing project packages first
    * Insert menu now has typedef ... CLASSNAME entry.
    * FileSel was improved by adding Places with common directories.

    Core:
    * XmlRpc has improved error handling.
    * Xmlize now supports all Core Value types and has got support for
    Value
    serialization.
    * XmlParser has got new Peek methods. Socket has new GetPeerAddr
    method.
    * CParser now provides the information about current column.

    CtrlLib:
    * TabCtrl has new Find/Set/Remove/Insert methods using reference to
    slave
    instead of index.

    RichText:
    * RichTextView now have "ShrinkOversizedObjects" option.
     
    Koldo, Mar 16, 2010
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