Wt & JWt 3.3.10 and Wt 4.0.3

  • Posted by Roel
  • Thursday, April 12, 2018 @ 12:24

We’ve just released Wt & JWt 3.3.10, and Wt 4.0.3!

This release adds compatibility with Boost 1.66 and introduces some minor new features, but mostly consists of bug fixes.

Here are the links:

Binary builds for Windows are available on the GitHub releases page.

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11 comments
  • Posted by anonymous
  • one year ago
Thanks for the continued support. I love this library!
  • Posted by anonymous
  • 11 months ago
me too
  • Posted by anonymous
  • one year ago
is there roadmap?
  • Posted by Roel
  • one year ago
I'm hoping to get the better RESTful API stuff into the next release, and I'm currently working on support for more than 2 Y axes in the charts. Other than that, nothing's concrete at the moment.
  • Posted by rsantato
  • one year ago
Very nice, I'll try this out as soon as possible
  • Posted by anonymous
  • one year ago
First to congratulate!
  • Posted by anonymous
  • one year ago
+1
  • Posted by anonymous
  • one year ago
Cross compiling of wt3.3.10 (gcc 6.x) for raspberry successful.
Cross compiling of wt4.0.3 for raspberry (gcc 6.x) failed. Believing it is the directive #include_next problem
  • Posted by Roel
  • one year ago
Strange, I'll have to check that out. I thought I'd already managed to properly compile Wt 4 for Raspberry Pi. What is that problem you're referring to?
  • Posted by anonymous
  • one year ago
I setup Eclipse on Window 7 and used Windows toolchain (raspberry-gcc6.3.0.exe from http://gnutoolchains.com/raspberry) to cross compile it. It failed during make. The error is:
....cstdlib:75:25: fatal error: stdlib.h: No such file or directory
#include_next <stdlib.h>.
After goggling for quite a while. I eventually compiled wt4.0.3 successfully with the following options set for cmake;
CMAKE_CXX_IMPLICIT_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES = true
CMAKE_C_IMPLICIT_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES = true. So considering the problem solved.
  • Posted by Roel
  • one year ago
Yeah, looks like that's an issue with your cross compilation toolchain.

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