CSCall++ is a C++ library that converts common uses of syscalls and C library functions into forms that are more appropriate for use in a C++ context. The library wraps functions for dealing with threads, files, FIFOs, serial I/O, sockets, and directories.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release revises the rationale of infinity, provides an English version, and adds the example a_pi.cpp, which prints pi (3.14..) using Wy_DxULLong
Release Notes: An Infinity.txt file was added for use in rationale. A Chinese translation of Rationale.txt was provided. A a_fibonacii.cpp file that prints the Fibonacci series using Wy_DxULLong was added added. WyRegFile now has a _sf_size(off_t&) member.
Release Notes: This release was updated to work in 64-bit environments. The build procedure was modified to work using configure/make. An example calculator was provided in a_cal.cpp. Chinese documentation was started. UPDATE.TXT was renamed to CHANGES.TXT.
Release Notes: The copyright of materials such as documentation, man pages and algorithms belonging to the author are now public domain. A WyArray template was added for dynamic arrays. Wy_Array is deprecated. Several example programs were added or made more practical, e.g. a_addrinfo, a_echo_svr, a_talk, a_iconv, and a_xcopy. Rational.txt was revised.
Release Notes: Wrapper classes were added for epoll and inotify. Many example programs were added, demonstrating things such as displaying images from a v4l2 device (webcam).