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What is Vanessa?
Vanessa is a collection of libraries that have been developed while working on a number of projects including perdition. The code for these libraries is available as source tar balls, SRPMs, RPMs and Debian Packages.
Simplifies TCP/IP socket operations. It includes code to open a socket
to a server as a client, to listen on socket for clients as a server
and to pipe information between sockets.
Latest Version: 0.0.6, 15th December 2003. ChangeLog
Provides Abstract Data Types (ADTs) Includes queue, dynamic
array, hash and key value ADT.
Latest Version: 0.0.6, 22nd December 2003. ChangeLog
Provides a generic logging layer that may be used to log to one or more
of syslog, an open file handle or a file name. Though due to to
limitations in the implementation of syslog opening multiple syslog
loggers doesn't makes sense. Includes the ability to limit which
messages will be logged based on priorities.
Latest Version: 0.0.5, 15th December 2003. ChangeLog
Abstraction of a multicast socket and helper functions to
open, close read from and write to a multicast socket
Latest Version: 1.0.0, 22nd December 2003. ChangeLog
How to get Vanessa
|CVS||The latest development versions|
|Author||For questions, bug reports or any other conrnespondance please contact the author, Horms <firstname.lastname@example.org>.|
|vanessa_logger 0.0.1 String Format Bug: vanessa_logger 0.0.1, a string-format bug. Please upgrade to at least 0.0.2. Details.|
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