Cross-platform C++ libraries with a network/internet focus.
NOTE: Current source code as well as bugs/patches are on GitHub: https://github.com/pocoproject/poco/ C++ class libraries for network-centric, portable applications, integrated perfectly with the C++ Standard Library. Includes network protocols (Sockets, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3, etc.), SQL database access and XML parsing. Licensed under Boost license.
A Boost.Application allows a developer run your application as a Windows service, as a Unix/Linux daemon, or as a usual interactive application (terminal) without the need to add extra code, the library abstract OS specific API and provide a ease common interface. To version beta4 (aspect based), check :https://github.com/retf/Boost.Application
This is a C++ logging library implementation which is accepted to Boost. It aims for extensibility and flexibility while moderately affecting user's application performance. Since being accepted, the library is developed and distributed as a part of Boost. Please, visit www.boost.org for more info.
<DEAD PROJECT> Hello Forge, currently in it's early development stage, is planned to be an alternative, cross platform toolkit and library for C++ programmers.
A cross-platform multimedia library aimed at supporting a wide range of programming languages. It exposes a set of C APIs used to generate high-level object-oriented bindings for supported languages at compile-time.
The OpenCL Extension Wrangler library is a spin-off from the CLCC project. This library allows you to load the OpenCL library at run-time and discover extensions supported by it.
The mistletoe parser library.