JFrog introduces Conan 2.0 to improve C++ development


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Fluid software company JFrog and the team at Conan, which JFrog acquired in 2016, have announced the release of Conan 2.0, which provides developers with the ability to model advanced application dependency graphs in C and C++ and software binary packages.

This release is intended to make it easier for developers to safely reproduce build artifacts, as well as speed up the delivery of products at scale. Conan 2.0 offers several new features and capabilities, including a new “signing” plugin to help better secure the software supply chain.

This allows organizations to add signatures to their software packages so that their applications can be protected against malicious third-party code. According to JFrog, this gives developers power over time so teams can reuse binaries more efficiently.

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