hi, i am from Pakistan and I Really appreciate your work..good work.
you can add this library as well http://quantlib.org its an opensource quantitative finance related frame work and libraries and have very much high quality.
Farhan H K
It's not who i am underneath, What i do that defines me !!!!!
Take K-Meleon for example, its solution file contains lib path like "xxx;F:\xxx\xxx\nsxxx.lib", do you think the whole solution could be compiled?!
I remembered that it took me quite a few hours to do something like strlen->lstrlen to make anUnicode binary because the code is messed up with ANSI and Unicode string.
If you are an experienced developer, you can fix those library issue in seconds.
For Unicode, some application don't care unicode and still use us-ascii only. Actually, unicode doubled data memory usage and disk space. You may keep your application for both, but in case of time, unicode is not a must-have key feature in MFC world. Sure, it's my openion only.
Are you sure the speed of computer industry is proper? Are you sure the software you released is a bug free one?
Unicode and linker setting are just 2 examples of my point of view on Open-Source project, at least most of them. The original dev got the credit and who makes the patch/fix does not... So people just do not fix their problems.
Today, I download the memcached Win32 port, the solution is VS8.0 but it never compiles on my box, implicit-cast error, wrong header file, etc ... So I still says they are far from perfect.
WinSCP is written with Borland C++ Builder it does not use MFC or VC++.
BTW, tortoisecvs uses wxWidgets (not MFC) and VFC is a framework that can be compiled with VC++ just like Gcc is used to compile it in linux and Mac OSX.