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|Short description=Highly portable C++ class library
 
|Short description=Highly portable C++ class library
|Full description=Common C++ is a C++ class library that abstracts various system services in a portable manner, thereby making the creation of portable applications much easier. It is portable code, with very low runtime overhead, that works well on a very wide range of target platforms and C++ compilers in everyday use. It includes the 'ape' project, which was formerly a separate package. Common C++ manages threads, synchronization, and network sockets by offering portable C++ classes that abstract these services, as well as supporting "serial" I/O, daemon specific event logging, object serialization (persistence), block/record/page/ oriented file I/O, and configuration file parsing. It also provides an inheritable class architecture for your application that exploits C++ as needed. There are two source trees: one for "POSIX" systems such as GNU/LINUX and the Hurd, the other for the Win 32 API. This makes Common C++ portable at the source level, as the two trees implement a functionally similar class interface.
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|Full description=Common C++ is a C++ class library that abstracts various system services in a portable manner, thereby making the creation of portable applications much easier. It is portable code, with very low runtime overhead, that works well on a very wide range of target platforms and C++ compilers in everyday use. It includes the 'ape' project, which was formerly a separate package. Common C++ manages threads, synchronization, and network sockets by offering portable C++ classes that abstract these services, as well as supporting "serial" I/O, daemon specific event logging, object serialization (persistence), block/record/page/ oriented file I/O, and configuration file parsing. It also provides an inheritable class architecture for your application that exploits C++ as needed. There are two source trees: one for "POSIX" systems such as GNU/Linux and the Hurd, the other for the Windows API. This makes Common C++ portable at the source level, as the two trees implement a functionally similar class interface.
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Commoncpp also includes uCommon C++ (http://www.gnutelephony.org/index.php/GNU_uCommon), a lightweight C++ library with features such as rtti and exception handling removed. It is intended for programs linking to C libraries and not the standard C++ library.
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|Homepage URL=https://www.gnu.org/software/commoncpp/
 
|User level=none
 
|User level=none
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|Component programs=ucommon,ape
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|VCS checkout command=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cplusplus
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|Computer languages=C++
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|Documentation note=User guide included
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|Keywords=C++,library,software development,development,programming,common c++,commomcpp,ape,commoncpp
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|Version identifier=1.8.0
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|Version date=2010/02/24
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|Version status=stable
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|Version download=http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/gnu/commoncpp
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|Last review by=Janet Casey
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|Last review date=2008-07-09
 
|Submitted by=Database conversion
 
|Submitted by=Database conversion
 
|Submitted date=2011-04-01
 
|Submitted date=2011-04-01
|Version identifier=1.6.2
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|Status=
|Version date=2008-04-16
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|Is GNU=Yes
|Version status=stable
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|GNU package identifier=commoncpp
|Version download=http://www.gnutelephony.org/dist/tarballs/commoncpp2-1.6.2.tar.gz
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|License verified date=2008-07-09
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|License=GPLv2orlater
 
|License=GPLv2orlater
|License verified by=Deborah Nicholson
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|License verified by=Kelly Hopkins
|License verified date=2008-07-09
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|License verified date=2009-11-17
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|Real name=David Sugar
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|Role=Maintainer
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|Email=dyfet@gnutelephony.org
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|Real name=Caros Vidal
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|Real name=Daniel Silverstone
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|Real name=Yurii Rashkovskii
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|Resource audience=Bug Tracking,Developer,Support
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|Resource kind=E-mail
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|Resource URL=mailto:bug-commoncpp@gnu.org
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|Resource audience=uCommon C++
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|Resource kind=Download
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|Resource URL=https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/commoncpp/ucommon-6.1.0.tar.gz
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Latest revision as of 21:08, 8 February 2014

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GNU Common C++

https://www.gnu.org/software/commoncpp/
Common C++ is a C++ class library that abstracts various system services in a portable manner, thereby making the creation of portable applications much easier. It is portable code, with very low runtime overhead, that works well on a very wide range of target platforms and C++ compilers in everyday use. It includes the 'ape' project, which was formerly a separate package. Common C++ manages threads, synchronization, and network sockets by offering portable C++ classes that abstract these services, as well as supporting "serial" I/O, daemon specific event logging, object serialization (persistence), block/record/page/ oriented file I/O, and configuration file parsing. It also provides an inheritable class architecture for your application that exploits C++ as needed. There are two source trees: one for "POSIX" systems such as GNU/Linux and the Hurd, the other for the Windows API. This makes Common C++ portable at the source level, as the two trees implement a functionally similar class interface.

Commoncpp also includes uCommon C++ (http://www.gnutelephony.org/index.php/GNU_uCommon), a lightweight C++ library with features such as rtti and exception handling removed. It is intended for programs linking to C libraries and not the standard C++ library.

Documentation

User guide included

Heckert gnu.small.png This is a GNU package:commoncpp

Download

Download version 1.8.0 (stable)
released on 24 February 2010

VCS Checkout

:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cplusplus

Categories




Licensing

LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
GPLv2orlaterKelly Hopkins17 November 2009



Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
John ConnorsContributor
Sean CavanaughContributor
Yurii RashkovskiiContributor
David Sugar Maintainer
Caros VidalContributor
Daniel SilverstoneContributor


Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Bug Tracking,Developer,Support E-mail mailto:bug-commoncpp@gnu.org
uCommon C++ Download https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/commoncpp/ucommon-6.1.0.tar.gz


Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Weak prerequisite pth

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 9 July 2008.



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