Latest release of The Server Framework: 7.2

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Version 7.2 of The Server Framework was released today.

This release includes no bug fixes and no new code. It adds support for Visual Studio 2022 and removes redundant manual include guards from most header files and removes unused "lint" directives from some of the older files. As such this release just serves as a stepping stone to the 7.3 release and makes it easier to see the changes that are made in the 7.3 release.

As always, see the release notes here, for full details of all changes.

Changes:

  • Removal of manual "#define include guards" now that all supported compilers support #pragma once.
  • Removal of out of date lint directives.
  • Added support for Visual Studio 2022 Preview.
  • Fixed up some incorrect #define config settings.

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Latest release of The Server Framework: 7.1 was the previous entry in this blog.

Latest release of The Server Framework: 7.3 is the next entry in this blog.

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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