After a very long test cycle version 5.0.0 of xlw has finally beed released.
Here's a quick summary of what's new
Added support for Excel 2010
Added support for 64 bit addins
Added support for Visual Studio 2010 and 2012
Added support for auto-generated help for addins using Sandcastle
Richer set of example and improved documentation
Many bug fixes and stability issues addressed
XLW Version 3.0 supports new features introduced by Excel 2007 such as multithreaded worksheet functions, larger spreadsheets, and UNICODE strings.
the release candidate for xlw 2.1 is now available from www.markjoshi.com
I have released xlw 2.0. The biggest change is that a new application, InterfaceGenerator, has been added which takes a C++ header file and outputs a C++ source file containing all the Interfacing and registration code. This means that user needs to have nothing to do with LPXLOPER, XlfOpers etc.
This release is a small improvement over 1.2 : XLW now allows to register functions as volatile.
Fixes som limitations of 1.0 and 1.1. Adds a few new features. JL
xlw version 1.1 has been released
This is a re-packaging of 1.0 with slight modifications that should allow for easier maintenance and further development
The new web site is available at http://xlw.sf.net
We're getting ready for the public announcement of XLW on SourceForge.net
The xlw project has been created to host the xlw package developed by Jerome Lecomte (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The original package was taken from:
The goal is to help further development.