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|Name=Common C++
 
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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=http://www.gnu.org/software/commoncpp/
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|Is GNU=Yes
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|GNU package identifier=commoncpp
 
|User level=none
 
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|Status=Live
 
 
|Component programs=ape
 
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|VCS checkout command=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cplusplus
 
|VCS checkout command=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cplusplus
 
|Computer languages=C++
 
|Computer languages=C++
 
|Documentation note=User guide included
 
|Documentation note=User guide included
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|Keywords=C++,library,software development,development,programming,common c++,commomcpp,ape,commoncpp
 
|Keywords=C++,library,software development,development,programming,common c++,commomcpp,ape,commoncpp
|Is GNU=y
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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
 
|Last review by=Janet Casey
 
|Last review by=Janet Casey
 
|Last review date=2008-07-09
 
|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=1.7.3
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|Version date=2009-11-17
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|License=GPLv2orlater
|Version download=http://www.gnutelephony.org/dist/tarballs/commoncpp2-1.7.3.tar.gz
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Revision as of 11:40, 18 October 2011


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GNU [u]Common C++

https://www.gnu.org/software/commoncpp/
Highly portable C++ class library.

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++, 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.





Licensing

License

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Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
David Sugar Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Savannah (Ref)https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/commoncpp/
Mailing Listhttps://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/gnu-system-discuss/
Generalhttps://savannah.gnu.org/people/
Debian (Ref) (R)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/ucommon
VCS Repository Webviewhttps://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/commoncpp/
VCS Repository Webviewhttps://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/commoncpp.git/
Debian (Ref) (R)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/libcommoncpp2
VCS Repository Webviewhttps://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/commoncpp/
Mailing Listhttps://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-commoncpp/
Downloadhttps://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/commoncpp/
VCS Repository Webviewhttps://svn.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/commoncpp/
Downloadhttps://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/commoncpp/


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