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liblo release candidate, call for testing
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Stephen Sinclair
2013-11-24 11:28:36 UTC
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Hello OSC developers,

I have just updated a new release candidate for LibLo 0.28rc. Due to
a couple of bad bugs slipping into the last release I have decided to
take a more precautionary approach this time and ask for public
testing of this release candidate before a final 0.28 release.

That is to say, this release fixes several important issues from 0.27,
but is not intended for use in production until after this round of
testing.

To download liblo-0.28rc:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/liblo/files/liblo/0.28rc/liblo-0.28rc.tar.gz

For more information, the liblo project page can be found at:
http://liblo.sourceforge.net/

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2013-11-24: Release candidate 0.28rc

This is a release candidate 0.28rc of LibLo, the lightweight, easy to
use implementation of the Open Sound Control protocol.

Open Sound Control (OSC) is a protocol for communication among
computers, sound synthesizers, and other multimedia devices that is
designed for use over modern network transports.

This is mainly a bugfix release due to some deal breakers that
unfortunately made it through to the 0.27 release. Additionally, this
is the first release to include a modern C++11 object-oriented wrapper
for the LibLo API. Please test!

Important bug fixes:

* Fixed checking of vararg markers on 64-bit systems
* Fixed hang in TCP blocking test
* Several potential bugs prevented through static analysis

Additional changes:

* Add function lo_bundle_get_timestamp()
* Add C++11 wrapper, `lo_cpp.h', and test program
* Support for a few more build tools: clang/clang++, ccache

thank you,
Steve
Pedro Lopes
2013-11-24 12:35:43 UTC
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Yeah, I have a bunch of code using OSC with previous liblo (ships 500hz of
accel data as fast as possible). I could give it a go with the new one.

Details:
- 64 bit systems
- I always test macosx and linux

best,
pedro
Post by Stephen Sinclair
Hello OSC developers,
I have just updated a new release candidate for LibLo 0.28rc. Due to
a couple of bad bugs slipping into the last release I have decided to
take a more precautionary approach this time and ask for public
testing of this release candidate before a final 0.28 release.
That is to say, this release fixes several important issues from 0.27,
but is not intended for use in production until after this round of
testing.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/liblo/files/liblo/0.28rc/liblo-0.28rc.tar.gz
http://liblo.sourceforge.net/
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2013-11-24: Release candidate 0.28rc
This is a release candidate 0.28rc of LibLo, the lightweight, easy to
use implementation of the Open Sound Control protocol.
Open Sound Control (OSC) is a protocol for communication among
computers, sound synthesizers, and other multimedia devices that is
designed for use over modern network transports.
This is mainly a bugfix release due to some deal breakers that
unfortunately made it through to the 0.27 release. Additionally, this
is the first release to include a modern C++11 object-oriented wrapper
for the LibLo API. Please test!
* Fixed checking of vararg markers on 64-bit systems
* Fixed hang in TCP blocking test
* Several potential bugs prevented through static analysis
* Add function lo_bundle_get_timestamp()
* Add C++11 wrapper, `lo_cpp.h', and test program
* Support for a few more build tools: clang/clang++, ccache
thank you,
Steve
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