XLW - A C++ wrapper for the Excel C API / News: Recent posts

XLW 5.0 Finally released

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

Posted by John Adcock 2013-02-04

XLW Version 3.0 Released

XLW Version 3.0 supports new features introduced by Excel 2007 such as multithreaded worksheet functions, larger spreadsheets, and UNICODE strings.

Posted by Eric Ehlers 2008-03-20

2.1

the release candidate for xlw 2.1 is now available from www.markjoshi.com

Posted by Mark Joshi 2007-02-03

xlw 2.0 released

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.

Posted by Mark Joshi 2006-12-19

XLW version 1.2.2 released

This release is a small improvement over 1.2 : XLW now allows to register functions as volatile.

Posted by Jérôme Lecomte 2003-03-09

Version 1.2 has been released

Fixes som limitations of 1.0 and 1.1. Adds a few new features. JL

Posted by Jérôme Lecomte 2002-07-10

version 1.1 released

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

Ferdinando Ametrano

Posted by Ferdinando Ametrano 2002-04-11

new web site created

The new web site is available at http://xlw.sf.net

We're getting ready for the public announcement of XLW on SourceForge.net

Posted by Ferdinando Ametrano 2002-03-12

SourceForge.net project creation

The xlw project has been created to host the xlw package developed by Jerome Lecomte (xlw@ifrance.com).

The original package was taken from:
http://www.ifrance.com/xlw/

The goal is to help further development.

Posted by Ferdinando Ametrano 2002-01-29