As you can see I have upgraded the shared-source engine (see my previous post http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/asafshelly/archive/2009/04/21/sharing-my-source.aspx)
The Open-Source section in www.AsyncOp.com now has the complete collection of modules and C++ classes that I have been using for Windows. These include threading and shared memory classes, string classes, communications, graphics and more. Not exactly MFC style classes but will work with MFC.
The code is compatible with MFC, Borland C++, Managed C++, and will also work with native Win32 API.
For example the text class can open a web-page and read from it using >> operators. It can also find an HTML title by using wPage(“<head>”,”</head>”)(“<title>”,”</title>”)
You are welcome to use the code, parts of the code, and the dll as a library.