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What's New

Applies to: NAS/C++ LTE/EPC r16.7.0 v8.2.0-8.2.1

What's New in NAS/C++ LTE/EPC r16.7.0 v8.2.1

New Features

  • Until now, it was impossible to use the NAS LTE and NAS 5GS C++ libraries at the same time in a statically linked application, due to conflicts caused by class and function names common to both libraries, as listed below:
    • classes:
      OssString, OssBit, OssBitString, OssChoice, OssList, OSSC, OssNasException, OssNasCoderBase
    • functions:
      ossNasSetCppMallocFreeRealloc, ossNasGetCppMallocFreeRealloc, ossNasMalloc, ossNasFree, ossNasRealloc
    Now these conflicting entities are separately defined in two different namespaces: OssNas::NAS5GSCommon and OssNas::NASLTECommon. In most cases, there is no need to change any existing code or explicitly specify the namespace since corresponding namespace statements are added to the common nascpp.h include file.

Improvements

  • Hexadecimal digits are now allowed in a UERadioCapabilityID information element. Previously, only decimal digits were allowed.

This documentation applies to the OSS NAS Tools for C++ for LTE/EPC v8.2.0-8.2.1 for 3GPP Release 16.7.0.

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