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Stencil is a library for developing Web-based applications in C++. It includes request and response objects, a skinnable template engine, server API abstraction, and facilities for load balancing, browser jogging, security and catching runaway CGIs. It also includes some useful Javascripts and images. Stencil is the successor to Groundwork.

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Recent releases

  •  10 Apr 2012 22:07

    Release Notes: The configure script has been updated to be more thorough, and some minor changes have been made for compatibility with Rudiments 0.36.

    •  24 Aug 2011 19:24

      Release Notes: The Apache detection in the configure script has been improved. Several direct calls to POSIX functions have been replaced with calls to rudiments methods.

      •  30 Jun 2011 17:01

        Release Notes: This release includes minor bugfixes, an ajax.js script, and an update to the configure script to look for apxs2.

        •  01 Feb 2006 22:48

          Release Notes: Fixes a multipart form processing bug. All methods use (u)int(16|32|64)_t types rather than (unsigned )(short|long|long long) types.

          •  30 Mar 2005 05:38

            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where skin variables could end up empty if they contained tag-based content (such as XML).


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