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POCO 1.2.8 Released

Filed under: News by guenter at 19:01

New year, new POCO release. POCO 1.2.8 is available! This is mostly a bugfix release, although some improvements have been made to the format functions in Foundation.

Changelog:
- fixed SF# 1613906: Util/Application.h and GCC 3.3
- fixed a byte order issue (failed test) in IPv6 address formatting
- fixed SF# 1626640: Poco::Net::SocketReactor bug
- fixed client side chunked transfer encoding handling
- fixed client side persistent connection handling
- fixed SF# 1623536: HTTP Server Chunked Transfer Encoding Bug
- improved HTTP server exception text
- fixed SF# 1616294: KeepAlive HTTPServerSession patch
- fixed SF# 1616296: Trivial Poco::TaskCustomNotification patch
- fixed SF# 1619282: PurgeStrategy bug fix
- fixed SF# 1620855: Format problem
there is a new format specifier %z for std::size_t, as well as a new
flag ? for %d, %i, %o, %x meaning any signed or unsigned integer

4 Comments »
  1. I hope Linux build scripts line ending fix makes it in 1.3 ;-)

    Comment by alex on January 5, 2007, 17:58

  2. Interestingly, I have never been able to reproduce these. Are you simply copying the files from the ZIP archive to Linux? This would explain the problem, because all text files (and hence, shell scripts) in the ZIP file use DOS line endings.
    For Linux and other Unix platforms, use the TAR archives, which contain text files with proper Unix line endings.

    Comment by guenter on January 5, 2007, 18:01

  3. Yes, that is the explanation for my troubles. Indeed, my sources reside on a shared Linux drive, but I do majority of development on Windows. And yes, they do originate from zip archive.
    I guess we can close the bug item and and add a FAQ item.

    Comment by alex on January 6, 2007, 01:19

  4. Apparently I have no permission to create FAQ. Considering the fact that the only frequent thing about it is that I have been very frequently fussing about it without a good reason, I guess it may qualify as Fussy Alex Question ;-) I’ll leave the decision up to you.

    Comment by alex on January 6, 2007, 01:41

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