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The purpose of the SurakWare Base Library (SWL/libswl) is to serve as a platform independent development framework for C++ and QPasca
The purpose of the SurakWare Base Library (SWL/libswl) is to serve as a platform independent development framework for C++ and QPascal.
The SWL includes both thin layers over functionality exposed by the Linux and Windows operating systems as well as higher level classes for many purposes. Save for a few exceptions, the SWL is completely indpedenent from the STL and the C/C++ runtime library.
Platform independence has been achieved by encapsulating OS-specific implementation details in a number of SWL classes. There should never be a need to use "#ifdef"s to distinguish between platforms.
What's New in This Release:
Some memory and file descriptor leaks were fixed.
Some buffer indexing problems were fixed. I/O dispatcher problems on high load notifies were fixed.
TFile::directory() was fixed.
TEventManager's add/remove operation logic was improved.
TNullEnumerator::moveNext() was fixed so that it returns false rather than throwing an exception.
Some 64-bit vs. 32-bit compilation fixes were made.
TStream::readTimeout and writeTimeout were backported from trunk to 0.4 (and thus introduced EIOTimeout exception).
General improvements were made to TArgumentEvaluator and TAnsiColor.
General code cleanup was done.
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