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Its official, AcitveMQ-CPP v3.8.0 has now been released.

This is a new patch release of ActiveMQ-CPP, which contains bug fixes for issues that were found since v3.7.1 was released.  The release also contains some new features and has improvements for Windows users.  The Windows project files are moving to Visual Studio v2010 from this point on.  We kept the VS2008 project files for a while, but we will remove them in a later release just to try and make the transition a bit easier.

Here's a list of what's been fixed or added in this release.

 * 3.7.0 does not compile with gcc-4.4.7 on CentOS-6.
 * APR-Util header include missed in latest release.
 * CMS FailoverTransport leaks Socket Descriptors
 * Closing a connection stalled in start because of failover. It should
  stop the transport safely.
 * Compilation error fix for Sun Studio under Solaris 10
 * Exception lifetime confusion can cause the application to crash.
 * Connection didn't switch to the slave broker when the master broker
  is down
 * Committing a session with a deleted consumer causes access violation.
 * Compilation of 3.7.0 fails for Linux systems (Redhat 5.8 and SuSE
  SLES 10).
 * Client doesn't work on Linux Red Hat 6.4 systems, fails when setting
  thread priority
 * Exception "attempt to unlock read lock, not locked by current
  thread" when doing performance testing
 * For SSL connections ensure the SNI field is set.
 * Can't send to temporary queues created by name
 * Added Visual Studio 2010 project files for the project.
 * Added Destination Source events based listener interfaces to the CMS API.

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