The new release was tagged on the new git repositories a couple of weeks ago. The transfer of everything to git turned out to be far more complex than I could ever have expected — I think it actually took longer and more work than converting from Visual Source Safe to Subversion, and I had to write my own software for that. The thing that had me confused for a long time was my expectation that git would allow me to handle the full history, but that doesn't seem to be the case — oh well, in any case a story for another time.
Anyway, with the move to git there's also a number of clean ups and small improvements outlined below, and I've also pushed out a meta-build system that I use to manage to the projects in their entirety at fost-dev.
The old Subversion repositories will remain, but they won't receive further updates.
|Linux & Mac|
git clone --branch=4.14.03.44915 --recursive email@example.com:KayEss/fost-hello.git cd fost-hello Boost/build hello/compile dist/bin/hello-world-d
On the Mac you will need to set DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH before running hello-world-d
export DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=dist/lib dist/bin/hello-world-d
git clone --branch=4.14.03.44915 --recursive firstname.lastname@example.org:KayEss/fost-hello.git cd fost-hello Boost\build hello\compile dist\bin\hello-world-gd
fostlib::dateinterfaces somewhat. Added a number of missing coercions and constructors to make things simpler and made sure that there is no loss in precision when converting to and from strings and JSON. Moved a number of timestamp and date members inline for speed.
splitmember to jcursor to allow one to be created by splitting up a single string.
fostlib::url::query_stringclass can now also be used to parse the standard format query string on the server side. The HTTP server query string is also now always a