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FSPLIB is implementation of an FSP (file service protocol) stack written in C. The library API is very easy to use because it is modeled after the POSIX API. You can use this library for adding FSP support to any C/C++ program.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Jun 2009 18:30

    Release Notes: The SCons build system was fixed. The library name is now libfsplib.a, as it used to be in libtool days. A shared library can now be optionally built.

    •  11 Jun 2009 22:48

      Release Notes: GNU autoconf support was removed, so now SCons is the only build system used. fsp_open_session now sets errno. A possible NULL dereference was fixed.

      •  24 Jul 2007 00:08

        Release Notes: This release fixes three buffer overflows exploitable by the FSP server. Strings sent by the FSP server are now checked for \0 terminators before use.

        •  20 Feb 2006 23:40

          Release Notes: A buffer overflow has been fixed.

          •  25 Jul 2005 13:37

            Release Notes: Two missing system include headers were added to fsplib.h.


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