First LFC2 alpha-version if finally out!
(and don't be misled, it has quite a few features for an 'alpha release')
Please read the notes/changelog for more information.
Mr. Keith D. Zimmerman has just joined the team. He's interested in working on the GUI module. Welcome to the team Keith.
We've got a new developer, Alexander Zlatanov. Welcome to the team Alexander.
LFC docs are also available now in the 'Files' section, at SourceForge, for your downloading pleasure.
LFC docs now available online at http://www.lfc2.net/docs.html. Come and check it out!
Three more developers had just joined the team. Welcome Mark, Virdee and Keith!
It seems that Santa has brought more developers to LFC, to support it. Thanks Santa, and let's welcome Ying Yin and Srinivas Gannavarapu to the team!
Eric has just joined the team! Welcome to the team, Eric!
In case you were wondering where/what LFC1 is, well here it is: http://www.lfc2.net/lfc1.html. Come and check it out!
Peter is our new team member! Welcome to the team, Peter!
Please, go ahead and download this month' snapshot, check it out and let us know what you think of it.
A new developer joined the team. Welcome Navin!
We now have a new website design, thanks to Jim. Check it out!
For those who want to skip the CVS procedures, we've set up a preAlpha release snapshot for download, in the 'Files' section. Please have a look!
We now have a new team member, Jim Allen, web designer, who is now working on our website design. Let's all give him a warm welcome!
We have now a functional website. Come visit us at http://lfc.sourceforge.net
As of today we have, thanks to Razvan, cross-platform & compiler makefiles.
LFC now has support for serial communication devices (serial ports, modems, ...)
The support consist of SerialPort class (lfc.streams.serial) and a serial comm PAL for win32 (Win9x/NT/2000) and posix (tested on Linux and FreeBSD).
Thanks to Razvan Cojocaru (email@example.com) LFC now compiles under FreeBSD 4.3!
LFC2 now has smart pointers (see <lfc.smartPtr>)