All releases of Infotrope ACAP Server

  •  28 Jul 2005 18:31
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    Release Notes: An RFC errata issue with DEPTH 1, which prevented some clients from discovering subdatasets correctly, has been fixed.

    •  22 Jul 2005 05:06
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      Release Notes: Lots of changes were made. The server is now faster, more compliant, and more stable.

      •  08 Dec 2004 16:36
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        Release Notes: A particularly annoying bug where the server would constantly perform full dumps of the datastore was fixed. This did not cause any data loss, but was really silly.

        •  30 Nov 2004 14:37
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          Release Notes: Several major updates were made since the last formal release, including more documentation, much faster speed, fewer bugs, and better conformance.

          •  05 Nov 2003 19:27
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            Release Notes: Binary data storage bugfixes, and a curiously undocumented method for not running as root. Tentatively described as a beta candidate.

            •  14 Jul 2003 23:40
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              Release Notes: A fix for a bug with SORT that put NIL values at the wrong end, a new mailing list, and a start on Debian packaging.

              •  05 Jul 2003 02:13
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                Release Notes: And thus was an odd-numbered release foist upon the unsuspecting world. And Dave didst slew a DATA LOSS bug caused by badly-formatted XML being written, and another bug too that wasn't a data loss bug, but Mulberry didst make it look a bit like one. And there really was quite a bit of wailing and gnashing of teeth this time. (If you did try using 0.0.4 with Mulberry, you'll have run into these bugs. This version works. Sorry.)

                •  02 Jul 2003 12:40
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                  Release Notes: And thusly didst the TLS support get into a pretty reasonable working condition, and relatively glorious was the SASL encryption support, too. And the STORE command didst finally emit ENTRY responses. And numerous minor conformance errors, mostly to do with NO vs. BAD, didst truly get fixed. And there was, naturally, much wailing and gnashing of teeth, although frankly nobody knows why.

                  •  20 Jun 2003 14:37
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                    Release Notes: For lo, autoconf support hath been placed upon the code! And thus spake Dave, there hath been many bugs cast to the winds, and mighty hath been the bugfixing. And glorious was the beginnings of the STARTTLS support much thought about. But the STORE command doth not emit intermediate ENTRY responses. And there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth, etc.

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