Once again, I have to mess around with SOAP, certainly not the last time. For the record: SOAP is for sure one of the first places on the top ten list of the most stupid inventions in software history.
Some minutes ago we released Stubbles 0.14.0. Most likely this is the last release before 1.0.0, which is schedules for end of March or early April, depending on how many bugs we will find until then. But back to the current release, what's new?
Most of the other changes are improvements of the Inversion of Control feature rework we did with 0.13.0, one is that there is no need any more to explicitly bind the mode, as this is an optional dependency now. Additionally, the net::stubbles::lang::stubMode class is now an interface, allowing users to have their own mode implementations. The implementation delivered with Stubbles can now be found in net::stubbles::lang::stubDefaultMode. Additionally it is now possible to create an application without binding the logger, all dependencies to it were changed to be optional.
As always, for a complete list of changes see the changelog.
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