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c++.stlsoft - STLSoft 1.9.104 released

reply Matt Wilson <matthewwilson acm.org> writes:
Download from https://sourceforge.net/projects/stlsoft/files/

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Changes for 1.9.104 (22nd November 2010)

Summary:
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 * refactored wide string exception string access shim functions, to avoid
so-called "deprecated" (standard) functions when using VC++
 * expanded internal buffers of shim strings for exception string access shims,
from 10 to 100


Changes:
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 STLSoft:
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 ~ include/stlsoft/shims/access/string/std/exception.hpp:
    ~ refactored wide-string string access shim functions, to avoid so-called
"deprecated" (standard) functions when using VC++
    ~ expanded internal buffers of shim strings for exception string access
shims, from 10 to 100


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Nov 22 2010
parent reply this field intentionally left blank <M8R-j499gd mailinator.com> writes:
stlsoft-1.9.104-hdrs.zip as currently hosted at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/stlsoft/files/STLSoft%201.9/1.9.104/
Size: 1480342 bytes
MD5: 0c3f1296221cbbe703028d22fe36dd24

This doesn't match the expected MD5 in stlsoft-1.9.104-hdrs.md5:
964621a431e19dc59e391a2fb163b9d6

Also this zip is missing its central directory structure at the end of the
file, so it cannot be opened by most archive managers without prior
reconstruction. 
Probably some some contents is missing too, since it's half a megabyte smaller
than previous releases.
Nov 22 2010
parent Matt Wilson <matthewwilson acm.org> writes:
this field intentionally left blank Wrote:

 stlsoft-1.9.104-hdrs.zip as currently hosted at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/stlsoft/files/STLSoft%201.9/1.9.104/
 Size: 1480342 bytes
 MD5: 0c3f1296221cbbe703028d22fe36dd24
 
 This doesn't match the expected MD5 in stlsoft-1.9.104-hdrs.md5:
964621a431e19dc59e391a2fb163b9d6
 
 Also this zip is missing its central directory structure at the end of the
file, so it cannot be opened by most archive managers without prior
reconstruction. 
 Probably some some contents is missing too, since it's half a megabyte smaller
than previous releases.
 
 

It got corrupted in the upload. It's fixed now. Sorry for the hassles. Matt
Nov 23 2010