Hi Bigloo users,
bigloo-lib 0.15 is released at SourceForge.
Changes from 0.14 version
-- GD library support was added
-- Oracle support was added to rdbms library
-- DL interface was added to common library
-- cgen utility advanced
-- many minor improvements and bug fixes. See ChangeLog file for
-- has been tested on HP platform
Bigloo-lib is a set of libraries for Bigloo, the Scheme
programming language compiler (<http://kaolin.unice.fr/bigloo/>). Most
of the libraries are interfaces for various C libraries, such as C
runtime library, LDAP client API or XML parser API. Other libraries are
written entirely on `pure Scheme', such as HTTP library and NODE
library. The libraries are intended to make it easier to write programs
in Bigloo scheme.
Besides, the `bigloo-lib' provides a suitable framework to
configure, compile, install and deploy Bigloo (in particular, the
system-dependent) libraries, so it may be a good place to put code
created by other Bigloo developers.
Currently the package includes the following libraries:
* Common utilities (used by all other packages)
* RDBMS generic interface (currently only with MySQL back-end)
* HTTP+CGI (CGI programming framework)
* XML parser (interface to James Clark's expat library )
* LDAP client interface
* interface for GTK+
Also the following packages are to be included soon :
* INFORMIX and ODBC back-ends for RDBMS library
Project Home page
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