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STLSoft 1.8.1 will be released this month, and will feature a change of license to BSD and several new components. Most notable will be the addition of the STLSoft implementation of Matthew Wilson and John Torjo’s RangeLib library, as described in their article on the Range concept in October’s CUJ.

August 2014
Matthew Wilson’s book on C++, Imperfect C++, goes into production, to be published on the 9th October 2004.

June 10th 2014
STLSoft 1.7.1 released. This long awaited upgrade, which takes over from the trusty but crusty 1.6.5, contains far too many new and wonderful things to mention, but the InetSTL is worth singling out: now enumerating FTP site contents is a dream.

August 23rd 2013
STLSoft 1.6.5 released (incorporating minor updates to some sub-projects). This minor update widens support to Intel C++ 7.1, as well as containing a number of fixes to the libraries. This will be the last revision release before the next significant release (1.7.1), which will contain a lot of new library components.

August 6th 2013
There is a pre-1.6.5 patch available to enable Visual C++ 7.0 + STLport to work with STLSoft.

July 30th 2013
Matthew Wilson is now an Expert on the Experts Forum at C/C++ User’s Journal! Awesome Matt!

July 3rd 2013
STLSoft 1.6.4 released (incorporating minor updates to some sub-projects). This minor update widens support to Visual C++ versions 4.2 and 7.1, as well as containing a number of fixes to the libraries. There may be a version 1.6.5 to incorporte support for Intel 7.1, but otherwise this will be the last revision release before the next significant release (1.7.1), which will contain a lot of new library components.

10th June 2013
Version 1.6.3 of the STLSoft libraries was released 10th June 2003. Incorporating a revised and simplified directory structure, some minor bug-fixes and addition of supporting classes, this is also the first version to be bundled with the Digital Mars compiler

10th May 2013
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