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Development files for the Wt library.

Wt is a C++ library and application server for developping and deploying web applications. The widget-centric API is inspired by existing C++ GUI APIs. It offers complete abstraction of any web-specific implementation details. Most imporantly, the entire application is written in only one compiled language (C++), from which the library generates the necessary HTML, Javascript, CGI, and AJAX code.
4.2.2
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4.1.0
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4.0.3
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4.0.2
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Latest updates

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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.2.0-1.2 to 4.2.2-1.1

2020-03-22
  • Update to new upstream release 4.2.2:
    • ensure that tooltips are always on top, even inside of a dialog
    • fixed text format being reset when the text of a WAnchor is cleared
    • fixed panning not working properly for a WCartesianChart with plain tooltips
    • fixed JavaScript memory leak related to deferred or HTML tooltips
    • and lots of other fixes (https://webtoolkit.eu/wt/doc/reference/html/Releasenotes.html)
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-os: Updated from 4.2.2-1.fc33 to 4.2.2-2.fc33

2020-03-20
  • Fixed -examples' dependencies
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-os: Updated from 4.1.0-3.fc32 to 4.2.2-1.fc33

2020-03-18
  • New upstream version 4.2.2
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 oss: Updated from 4.0.2-lp152.3.7 to 4.0.2-lp152.3.8

2020-02-21
  • Updated to 4.0.2
    • Release 4.0.2 (November 24, 2017)
      This is a patch release that fixes a few problems with the build of
    • Wt 4.0.1, and fixes a bug in Wt::Auth.
      Release 4.0.1 (November 21, 2017)
      This is a smaller release with mostly bugfixes, and some new features:
    • Added WContainerWidget::addNew() and similar methods Because writing code like this:
      auto text = root()->addWidget(std::make_unique<Wt::WText>("Hello!")); is a bit verbose, a shorthand was added that creates the widget and adds it
      to the container in one go:
      auto text = root()->addNew<Wt::WText>("Hello!");
      addNew forwards its arguments to the constructor, just like std::make_unique. Along those lines, we added WContainerWidget::insertNew()
      and WTemplate::bindNew().
      Added the <max-formdata-size> configuration option Previously, the maximum size of form data sent by Wt in a single POST request was capped to 5 MiB. In applications with a large amount of forms with a lot of data, that may not be enough, so <max-formdata-size> can be used to adjust this independently. Note that the maximum request size (and by consequence, the form data size) is still capped by <max-request-size>.
    • Release 4.0.0 (September 19, 2017)
      This release has all of the added features of Wt 3.3.8, but comes with many notable changes. In general, Wt 4 employs the more modern C++ style of C++11 and beyond. Support for compilers without sufficient C++11 support is dropped competely. Wt 4 aligns more with the C++ Core Guidelines in a pragmatic way, while keeping the API familiar. Changes in Wt's memory model
      Header files now end in .h
      Replacements for Boost
      Removal of deprecated functionality
    • Release 3.3.8 (August 16, 2017)
      OpenID Connect support
      Wt::Dbo: added sql_value_traits for Wt::Json::Object and Wt::Json::Array. Added <allowed-hosts> configuration option for CORS
      Other small improvements:
    • Release 3.3.7 (March 31, 2017)
      This release fixes many bugs, but also introduces some new features:
    • WFileDropWidget
    • Scroll visibility
    • Touch events
    • Combined session tracking mode
    • Wraparound for WSpinBox and WTimeEdit
    • Some minor extra features
    • Release 3.3.6 (July 13, 2016)
      This release has a focus on bug fixes and some new features:
    • Support for WebSocket compression in wthttp
    • Time entry improvements
    • Skia version updated
    • Wt::Dbo
    For a full list of changes please refer to:
    https://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt/doc/reference/html/Releasenotes.html
  • boost_1_63_fix.patch: removed (obsoleted by update)
  • Several-changes.patch Asio-Fixed-for-older-versions-of-Boost.patch:
    Fix issues with boost 1.66 (boo#1074999).
  • Adding-missing-libraries-issue-6198.patch
    Fix build.
  • Reduce libboost-*-devel dependencies to the ones suggested by upstream - see: https://redmine.emweb.be/issues/6198 - added libboost-atomic-devel.
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.2.0-1.1 to 4.2.0-1.2

2020-02-20
  • Update to 4.2.0
    • WSuggestionPopup: wordSeparators no longer requires (extra) escaping
    • The WLogEntry copy constructor was removed and replaced by a move constructor
    • Removed WDatePicker::setGlobalPopup
    • the default visibility of symbols is now set to hidden
    • It's now possible to get client certificate information in wthttp when behind a reverse proxy
    • WLogEntry can now use argument dependent lookup
    • Limited prevention of default action of the dragstart event to only draggable widgets.
    • Fixed removal of all widgets in a layout causing a JavaScript error
    and many more. Check the Changelog file for details.
  • Run spec-cleaner
Fedora icon

Fedora rawhide development/Everything-os: Updated from 4.1.0-1.fc32 to 4.1.0-3.fc32

2020-02-08
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 oss: Updated from 4.0.2-lp152.3.6 to 4.0.2-lp152.3.7

2020-02-04
  • Updated to 4.0.2
    • Release 4.0.2 (November 24, 2017)
      This is a patch release that fixes a few problems with the build of
    • Wt 4.0.1, and fixes a bug in Wt::Auth.
      Release 4.0.1 (November 21, 2017)
      This is a smaller release with mostly bugfixes, and some new features:
    • Added WContainerWidget::addNew() and similar methods Because writing code like this:
      auto text = root()->addWidget(std::make_unique<Wt::WText>("Hello!")); is a bit verbose, a shorthand was added that creates the widget and adds it
      to the container in one go:
      auto text = root()->addNew<Wt::WText>("Hello!");
      addNew forwards its arguments to the constructor, just like std::make_unique. Along those lines, we added WContainerWidget::insertNew()
      and WTemplate::bindNew().
      Added the <max-formdata-size> configuration option Previously, the maximum size of form data sent by Wt in a single POST request was capped to 5 MiB. In applications with a large amount of forms with a lot of data, that may not be enough, so <max-formdata-size> can be used to adjust this independently. Note that the maximum request size (and by consequence, the form data size) is still capped by <max-request-size>.
    • Release 4.0.0 (September 19, 2017)
      This release has all of the added features of Wt 3.3.8, but comes with many notable changes. In general, Wt 4 employs the more modern C++ style of C++11 and beyond. Support for compilers without sufficient C++11 support is dropped competely. Wt 4 aligns more with the C++ Core Guidelines in a pragmatic way, while keeping the API familiar. Changes in Wt's memory model
      Header files now end in .h
      Replacements for Boost
      Removal of deprecated functionality
    • Release 3.3.8 (August 16, 2017)
      OpenID Connect support
      Wt::Dbo: added sql_value_traits for Wt::Json::Object and Wt::Json::Array. Added <allowed-hosts> configuration option for CORS
      Other small improvements:
    • Release 3.3.7 (March 31, 2017)
      This release fixes many bugs, but also introduces some new features:
    • WFileDropWidget
    • Scroll visibility
    • Touch events
    • Combined session tracking mode
    • Wraparound for WSpinBox and WTimeEdit
    • Some minor extra features
    • Release 3.3.6 (July 13, 2016)
      This release has a focus on bug fixes and some new features:
    • Support for WebSocket compression in wthttp
    • Time entry improvements
    • Skia version updated
    • Wt::Dbo
    For a full list of changes please refer to:
    https://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt/doc/reference/html/Releasenotes.html
  • boost_1_63_fix.patch: removed (obsoleted by update)
  • Several-changes.patch Asio-Fixed-for-older-versions-of-Boost.patch:
    Fix issues with boost 1.66 (boo#1074999).
  • Adding-missing-libraries-issue-6198.patch
    Fix build.
  • Reduce libboost-*-devel dependencies to the ones suggested by upstream - see: https://redmine.emweb.be/issues/6198 - added libboost-atomic-devel.
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Fedora 31 releases/Everything-os: Version 4.1.0-1.fc31 introduced

2020-01-07
  • New upstream version.
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 oss: Version 4.0.2-lp152.3.6 introduced

2020-01-07
  • Updated to 4.0.2
    • Release 4.0.2 (November 24, 2017)
      This is a patch release that fixes a few problems with the build of
    • Wt 4.0.1, and fixes a bug in Wt::Auth.
      Release 4.0.1 (November 21, 2017)
      This is a smaller release with mostly bugfixes, and some new features:
    • Added WContainerWidget::addNew() and similar methods Because writing code like this:
      auto text = root()->addWidget(std::make_unique<Wt::WText>("Hello!")); is a bit verbose, a shorthand was added that creates the widget and adds it
      to the container in one go:
      auto text = root()->addNew<Wt::WText>("Hello!");
      addNew forwards its arguments to the constructor, just like std::make_unique. Along those lines, we added WContainerWidget::insertNew()
      and WTemplate::bindNew().
      Added the <max-formdata-size> configuration option Previously, the maximum size of form data sent by Wt in a single POST request was capped to 5 MiB. In applications with a large amount of forms with a lot of data, that may not be enough, so <max-formdata-size> can be used to adjust this independently. Note that the maximum request size (and by consequence, the form data size) is still capped by <max-request-size>.
    • Release 4.0.0 (September 19, 2017)
      This release has all of the added features of Wt 3.3.8, but comes with many notable changes. In general, Wt 4 employs the more modern C++ style of C++11 and beyond. Support for compilers without sufficient C++11 support is dropped competely. Wt 4 aligns more with the C++ Core Guidelines in a pragmatic way, while keeping the API familiar. Changes in Wt's memory model
      Header files now end in .h
      Replacements for Boost
      Removal of deprecated functionality
    • Release 3.3.8 (August 16, 2017)
      OpenID Connect support
      Wt::Dbo: added sql_value_traits for Wt::Json::Object and Wt::Json::Array. Added <allowed-hosts> configuration option for CORS
      Other small improvements:
    • Release 3.3.7 (March 31, 2017)
      This release fixes many bugs, but also introduces some new features:
    • WFileDropWidget
    • Scroll visibility
    • Touch events
    • Combined session tracking mode
    • Wraparound for WSpinBox and WTimeEdit
    • Some minor extra features
    • Release 3.3.6 (July 13, 2016)
      This release has a focus on bug fixes and some new features:
    • Support for WebSocket compression in wthttp
    • Time entry improvements
    • Skia version updated
    • Wt::Dbo
    For a full list of changes please refer to:
    https://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt/doc/reference/html/Releasenotes.html
  • boost_1_63_fix.patch: removed (obsoleted by update)
  • Several-changes.patch Asio-Fixed-for-older-versions-of-Boost.patch:
    Fix issues with boost 1.66 (boo#1074999).
  • Adding-missing-libraries-issue-6198.patch
    Fix build.
  • Reduce libboost-*-devel dependencies to the ones suggested by upstream - see: https://redmine.emweb.be/issues/6198 - added libboost-atomic-devel.
OpenSUSE icon

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.0.5-2.6 to 4.2.0-1.1

2019-12-13
  • Update to 4.2.0
    • WSuggestionPopup: wordSeparators no longer requires (extra) escaping
    • The WLogEntry copy constructor was removed and replaced by a move constructor
    • Removed WDatePicker::setGlobalPopup
    • the default visibility of symbols is now set to hidden
    • It's now possible to get client certificate information in wthttp when behind a reverse proxy
    • WLogEntry can now use argument dependent lookup
    • Limited prevention of default action of the dragstart event to only draggable widgets.
    • Fixed removal of all widgets in a layout causing a JavaScript error
    and many more. Check the Changelog file for details.
  • Run spec-cleaner
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.0.5-2.5 to 4.0.5-2.6

2019-11-18
  • Remove the Qt4 dependency. Qt4 will be removed from factory soon.
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.0.5-2.4 to 4.0.5-2.5

2019-09-19
  • Remove the Qt4 dependency. Qt4 will be removed from factory soon.
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-os: Updated from 4.0.5-2.fc31 to 4.1.0-1.fc32

2019-08-20
  • New upstream version.
Fedora icon

Fedora rawhide development/Everything-os: Updated from 4.0.5-1.fc31 to 4.0.5-2.fc31

2019-08-03
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.0.5-2.3 to 4.0.5-2.4

2019-07-16
  • Remove the Qt4 dependency. Qt4 will be removed from factory soon.
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-os: Updated from 4.0.3-3.fc30 to 4.0.5-1.fc31

2019-06-21
  • New upstream version 4.0.5
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.0.5-1.2 to 4.0.5-2.3

2019-06-17
  • Remove the Qt4 dependency. Qt4 will be removed from factory soon.
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Fedora 30 releases/Everything-os: Version 4.0.3-3.fc30 introduced

2019-06-17
  • Rebuilt for libcrypt.so.2 (#1666033)
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 oss: Updated from 4.0.2-lp151.2.3 to 4.0.2-lp151.2.4

2019-03-20
  • Updated to 4.0.2
    • Release 4.0.2 (November 24, 2017)
      This is a patch release that fixes a few problems with the build of
    • Wt 4.0.1, and fixes a bug in Wt::Auth.
      Release 4.0.1 (November 21, 2017)
      This is a smaller release with mostly bugfixes, and some new features:
    • Added WContainerWidget::addNew() and similar methods Because writing code like this:
      auto text = root()->addWidget(std::make_unique<Wt::WText>("Hello!")); is a bit verbose, a shorthand was added that creates the widget and adds it
      to the container in one go:
      auto text = root()->addNew<Wt::WText>("Hello!");
      addNew forwards its arguments to the constructor, just like std::make_unique. Along those lines, we added WContainerWidget::insertNew()
      and WTemplate::bindNew().
      Added the <max-formdata-size> configuration option Previously, the maximum size of form data sent by Wt in a single POST request was capped to 5 MiB. In applications with a large amount of forms with a lot of data, that may not be enough, so <max-formdata-size> can be used to adjust this independently. Note that the maximum request size (and by consequence, the form data size) is still capped by <max-request-size>.
    • Release 4.0.0 (September 19, 2017)
      This release has all of the added features of Wt 3.3.8, but comes with many notable changes. In general, Wt 4 employs the more modern C++ style of C++11 and beyond. Support for compilers without sufficient C++11 support is dropped competely. Wt 4 aligns more with the C++ Core Guidelines in a pragmatic way, while keeping the API familiar. Changes in Wt's memory model
      Header files now end in .h
      Replacements for Boost
      Removal of deprecated functionality
    • Release 3.3.8 (August 16, 2017)
      OpenID Connect support
      Wt::Dbo: added sql_value_traits for Wt::Json::Object and Wt::Json::Array. Added <allowed-hosts> configuration option for CORS
      Other small improvements:
    • Release 3.3.7 (March 31, 2017)
      This release fixes many bugs, but also introduces some new features:
    • WFileDropWidget
    • Scroll visibility
    • Touch events
    • Combined session tracking mode
    • Wraparound for WSpinBox and WTimeEdit
    • Some minor extra features
    • Release 3.3.6 (July 13, 2016)
      This release has a focus on bug fixes and some new features:
    • Support for WebSocket compression in wthttp
    • Time entry improvements
    • Skia version updated
    • Wt::Dbo
    For a full list of changes please refer to:
    https://www.webtoolkit.eu/wt/doc/reference/html/Releasenotes.html
  • boost_1_63_fix.patch: removed (obsoleted by update)
  • Several-changes.patch Asio-Fixed-for-older-versions-of-Boost.patch:
    Fix issues with boost 1.66 (boo#1074999).
  • Adding-missing-libraries-issue-6198.patch
    Fix build.
  • Reduce libboost-*-devel dependencies to the ones suggested by upstream - see: https://redmine.emweb.be/issues/6198 - added libboost-atomic-devel.
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed oss: Updated from 4.0.5-1.1 to 4.0.5-1.2

2019-03-15
  • Update to 4.0.5
    • ItemDataRole: updated the following methods, so version bump, WIdentityProxyModel::setHeaderData()
      WSuggestionPopup::setEditRole()
      WSuggestionPopup::editRole()
    • Dbo: reentrant statement use
    • Flex layout fixes
  • Changes in 4.0.4:
    • WCartesianChart improvements
    • Multiple Y axis support
    • On-demand loading
    • Added support for transparency in PDFs
    • Disabled TLS v. 1.0 and 1.1 support
  • Changes in 4.0.3:
    • WFileUpload: added display widget
    • WFileDropWidget: added drop indication and global drop
    • WTableView: exposed touch events
    For detailed list of changes, please see ReleaseNotes.html
  • Removed upstreamed patches
    • Asio-Fixed-for-older-versions-of-Boost.patch
    • Several-changes.patch
    • Adding-missing-libraries-issue-6198.patch
  • install license correctly

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