|Written by Torsten Strobl|
|Tuesday, 17 March 2009|
Before releasing a final 1.0.0 of the PSL, there will be one more release candidate.
Some changes are already implemented in the current SVN revision, but there is still some work to do. The next RC will also contain some new features. There will be a new event type, vector properties can contain mixed property types, object properties can be initialized with values during construction time and enhanced property dumping.
However, there will also be some minor design changes. Most notable, that vector and object properties handle const declaration and objects differently. There is also the attempt to implement high-level user macros for the C++ preprocessor, which enables the user to declare property containers in a more confinient way with less code replication. So changes will come along with an easier and a more efficient usage.
The next RC can be expected in approximately three months.