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README.md

POCO C++ Libraries Build Status

POrtable COmponents C++ Libraries are:

  • A collection of C++ class libraries, conceptually similar to the Java Class Library, the .NET Framework or Apple’s Cocoa.
  • Focused on solutions to frequently-encountered practical problems.
  • Focused on ‘internet-age’ network-centric applications.
  • Written in efficient, modern, 100% ANSI/ISO Standard C++.
  • Based on and complementing the C++ Standard Library/STL.
  • Highly portable and available on many different platforms.
  • Open Source, licensed under the Boost Software License.

In regards to Boost, in spite of some functional overlapping, POCO is best thought of as a Boost complement (rather than replacement). Side-by-side use of Boost and POCO is a very common occurence.


POCO has an active user and contributing community, please visit our web site, forum and blog. Answers to POCO-related questions can also be found on Stack Overflow.


When contributing to POCO, please adhere to our coding styleguide.

We use the branching model described here.

All text file line endings in the repository must be Unix-style (LF). This includes Visual Studio project and solution files (.sln, .vcproj, .vcxproj, .vcxproj.filters).