GNOME's GUPnP Released After A Decade Of Development
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 19 September 2016 at 02:50 PM EDT. 7 Comments
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Version 1.0 of GNOME's GUPnP has been released after about a decade in development along with the associated GSSDP project.

GUPnP provides a framework around creating UPnP (Universal Plug n Play) devices and control points. GUPnP is designed around GNOME technologies like GObject. GSSDP is what implements the SSDP resource discovery and announcements.

After all this time, v1.0 has finally been declared. Release details via the project Wiki and comes ahead of the GNOME 3.22 release this week.
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