New OpenTimeCE release with community support

Not surprisingly, our initial release of the OpenTimeCE library (a utility to allow developers to port code using the time_t, mktime, etc APIs to Windows CE) has some bugs in it.  First releases are rarely bug free.  What was really nice was that these fixes were purely community driven.  We’d received some “reports” in the past that there were bugs, but finally today someone (thanks Ben Murdoch) sent in a fully patched source file, so we rolled it into the code base and re-released it. It just goes to show that an open-source mindset and a Microsoft product *can* indeed not just co-exist, but provide something beneficial.


 

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