January 2021 Archives

Latest release of The Server Framework: 7.1

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Version 7.1 of The Server Framework was released today.

This release includes no bug fixes but begins to apply transformations that will allow code to compile on different platforms.

The next release, 7.2, will add in functional changes and bug fixes. If you haven't yet migrated to 7.x, please see the 7.0 release notes. There will be no more releases of the 6.9.x release stream.

Latest release of The Server Framework: 7.0

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Version 7.0 of The Server Framework was released today.

This release includes no functional changes or bug fixes but moves code that could compile on different platforms out of the Win32Tools library and into a new CoreTools library. It also updates all include paths to use / rather than \ as / is valid on Unix-based systems and also on Windows.

The next release, 7.1, will begin to move the code towards cross platform compilation and the release after that will add in functional changes and bug fixes. It would be useful to migrate to 7.0 as soon as you can so that the later migrations to 7.1 and 7.2 are easier. We have some tools which will help in the migration, please get in touch if you would like help. There will be no more releases of the 6.9.x release stream.

Latest release of The Server Framework: 6.9.5

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Version 6.9.5 of The Server Framework was released today.

This release includes changes to support Visual Studio 2019 (16.5 - 16.9), some new functionality and a bug fixes.

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About this Archive

This page is an archive of entries from January 2021 listed from newest to oldest.

January 2020 is the previous archive.

I usually write about the development of The Server Framework, a super scalable, high performance, C++, I/O Completion Port based framework for writing servers and clients on Windows platforms.

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