This is a maintenance release fixing some build issues with SQLParser, including missing files in the release archives and missing build dependencies for the GNU Make-based build system (CHANGELOG).
This is a maintenance release fixing some issues, adding some improvements and updating third-party components (including a fix for two CVEs in Expat). Please see the CHANGELOG for the full list of changes.
We’re happy to announce release 1.13.0 of the POCO C++ Libraries, a major release that includes lots of improvements and fixes. Highlights of this release include: Please be aware of the following breaking changes: As usual, the full list of changes can be found in the CHANGELOG. This release also marks the first collaboration of […]
These patch releases fix a long-standing integer overflow bug in Poco::UTF32Encoding. Upgrading from earlier releases is strongly advised. For completeness, here is the CHANGELOG for 1.12.5p2, and here the CHANGELOG for 1.11.8p2.
These patch releases fix a backwards compatibility issue in Poco::FileInputStream and Poco::FileOutputStream that was introduced in 1.12.5 and 1.11.8. Upgrading from 1.12.5 and 1.11.8 is recommended. For completeness, here is the CHANGELOG for 1.12.5p1, and here the CHANGELOG for 1.11.8p1.
These are maintenance releases for the 1.12 and 1.11 release series. Upgrading is recommended for all users of 1.12.5/1.11.7 or earlier. Here is the CHANGELOG for 1.12.5, and here the CHANGELOG for 1.11.8.
This maintenance release fixes a few issues, has some improvements, and upgrades bundled SQLite to the latest release. Upgrading is recommended for all users of 1.11.6 and earlier releases. The details are in the CHANGELOG.
We are happy to announce release 2023.1 of the POCOPRO C++ Frameworks. This release contains a number of improvements in the commercially-licensed Open Service Platform (OSP) and Remoting frameworks. This release is based on POCO C++ Libraries release 1.11.6. OSP Changes Remoting Changes For our customers, source code packages are available on our download server.
This maintenance release fixes a few issues. Upgrading is recommended for all users of 1.11.5 and earlier releases. The details are in the CHANGELOG.
If you run Visual Studio 2022 on a Windows VM (in VMware Fusion), you may notice very poor performance when scrolling in the source code editor. This is not the case with earlier Visual Studio versions. After some playing around with settings, the culprit seems to be 3D graphics acceleration enabled for the VM. There […]