gwsocket uses a standard practice for its versioning: major.minor.
Here you can find the sources, pre compiled 'binaries' and further additional information about gwsocket.
is a release that implements a throttle mechanism for slow clients, adds
cross-platform byte swapping functions, in addition to several fixes such as a
potential invalid memory read when queueing up a fifo buffer and more.
For the complete list of new features, please see the ChangeLog below.
If you would like to be on top of all the changes occuring to gwsocket,
feel free to use the GitHub master branch and build from it.
This is where all the development goes. If you already have Git installed, you can get the latest development version via Git.
Installing gwsocket is pretty easy. Just download, extract and compile it with:
$ wget http://tar.gwsocket.io/gwsocket-0.2.tar.gz $ tar -xzvf gwsocket-0.2.tar.gz $ cd gwsocket-0.2/ $ ./configure $ make # make installNote: No dependencies needed. How nice is that? :), well you need
$ git clone https://github.com/allinurl/gwsocket.git $ cd gwsocket $ autoreconf -fiv $ ./configure $ make # make install