We have made the move to C++11. From version 1.2.0 we will only build with C++11 support.
For those who want to try this out now, grab a copy or fork and clone from the fix8:dev branch on github!
Sunday, 6 April 2014
This the first minor release since our GA release of Fix8! This release adds to and improves stability, reliability as well as adding new features. Thanks to all who have helped get us across the line today.
1. Redis and Memcached persistersIn preparation for our full managed resiliency we have implemented two popular memory caches as Fix8 persisters. Redis, in particular, offers built-in resiliency, replication and reliability. Fix8 servers can be configured to take advantage of these features straight away.
2. Win64 SupportFix8 now builds and runs on Windows 64 bit.
3. Hub supportAdditional capability has been added to Fix8 to support operation in hub mode. This includes session and login scheduling. In our future release we will provide full FIX hub support which will leverage these features.
4. Issues fixed
Fixed Jira tickets FX-223, FX-222, FX-221, FX-219, FX-216, FX-214, FX-213, FX-212, FX-211, FX-209, FX-206, FX-205, FX-204, FX-200, FX-198, FX-193, FX-192, FX-191, FX-189, FX-187, FX-185, FX-183, FX-180, FX-178, FX-177, FX-175, FX-184, FX-224, FX-225, FX-226, FX-227, FX-203, FX-230