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Rogue Wave C++ Standard Library released into Open Source

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Hi all,

The latest release of the Rogue Wave C++ Standard Library, version
4.1.0, has just been released into public domain under the Apache
License, version 2.0, as the Apache stdcxx project:
http://incubator.apache.org/stdcxx

The stdcxx project is a complete implementation of the C++ Standard
Library with a Class Reference, a comprehensive User Guide, and an
extensive set of example programs.

The project has been ported to a combination of over 40 compilers,
operating systems, and hardware architectures. The focus of the
project has been and will continue to be to provide a high quality,
cross-platform implementation of the C++ Standard Library with
consistent behavior across all targeted operating systems and
compilers.

To find out how to contribute to the continuing development and
enhancement of the library, or to track the progress of the stdcxx
podling in the Apache Incubator, visit:
http://incubator.apache.org/projects/stdcxx.html.

Martin Sebor

Aug 1 '05 #1
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