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Ice 1.0.1 now available

mesmes CaliforniaAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Mark SpruiellOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Ice Developer ZeroC Staff
Ice 1.0.1 is a minor update containing portability and bug fixes.

The following changes were made in Ice for C++ since the 1.0.0 release:
  • Added --header-ext and --source-ext command-line options to slice2cpp and slice2freeze. These permit setting header and source file extensions for C++ other than the default `h' and `cpp' file extensions.
  • Added the macro ICE_INT64 as a portable wrapper for long long constants.
  • Added support for Xerces 2.2.0.
  • Added support for OpenSSL 0.97a.
  • Added OPENSSL_FLAGS to several Makefiles that were missing it.
  • Changed signature of IceUtil::Time::milliSeconds() to IceUtil::Int64, to avoid overflows.
  • Renamed Lock and TryLock templates to LockT and TryLockT, to avoid compilation problems with Sun Forte 6.2.
  • Fixed a bug with throwing exceptions in AMD calls after invoking ice_response().
  • Fixed a bug with throwing exceptions in AMI from within ice_response().
  • For posix threads, PTHREAD_MUTEX_RECURSIVE_NP is now only used if __linux__ is defined. Otherwise, PTHREAD_MUTEX_RECURSIVE is used.
  • The EPROTO error code is now only used if it is defined (such as on Linux).
  • Several other changes that make Ice for C++ more portable.
  • Updated SSL test certificates. The old ones have expired.
The following changes were made in Ice for Java since the 1.0.0 release:
  • Fixed a bug in the ObjectAdapter which caused it to ignore all but the first endpoint.
  • Fixed a bug with throwing exceptions in AMD calls after invoking ice_response().
  • Fixed a bug with throwing exceptions in AMI from within ice_response().
The new release can be found on the ZeroC download page.
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