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Common C++ - A GNU Portable Application Framework

Common C++ is a C++ framework offering portable support for threading, sockets, file access, deamons, persistance, and system services, initially started by David Sugar and Daniel Silverstone. Common C++ is a GNU package and is licensed to the terms of the GNU GPL with specific privileges similar to Guile. Common C++ offers support and portable classes for threading and sockets for both UNIX (Posix systems with "pthread" support) and the Windows "Win32" API. Common C++ uses extensive autoconf macro sets for automatic detection of various levels of "pthread compliance" in your target platform and attempts to adjust itself appropriately. Common C++ has been tested to date with GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, and DEC Tru64 Unix. HP/UX has also been tried and found not to be successfully supported at this time.

While Common C++ is not directly related to GNU portable threading (GNU Pth), it should work with the Pth "pthread emulation" library at present. Common C++ will become usable as a class framework for GNU Pth directly in future releases.

The primary goal of Common C++ is to promote a very low overhead abstract C++ interface to common system services. Consistent with this goal, and the desire for broad portability with wide compiler support, specific aspects and practices in C++ programming were selected when writing code in this package, and other practices were discarded that seemed to detract from this goal.

Operating Systems

  • Linux
  • Solaris
  • FreeBSD
  • Dec Tru64

Compilers

  • GCC

Added : 2003-12-15 Amended: 2008-07-22 Licensing : GNU copyleft

    Common C++ - A GNU Portable Application Framework
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  • Author:David Sugar and Daniel Silverstone
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