Release Notes: Some rare stability problems with the Ganymede server were fixed. The client is now able to work on a system with a local firewall in place. Some slight fixups were made for compatibility with JDK 1.5 beta 1.
Release Notes: This release contains a great deal of minor bug fixes and feature additions, along with some maintenance code cleanup. Ganymede 1.0.10 has a slightly better GUI in the client, and the server can now support the slightly customized md5Crypt algorithm used by the Apache httpd server. The transaction commit logic is now a bit more robust against unexpected failures in plugin logic as well.
Release Notes: The program now supports more than 32k items in a vector field. XML bulk loading improvements were made, as well as several bug fixes.
Release Notes: A variety of minor refinements have been made, most of which will only affect people doing creative plug-in logic on the Ganymede server.
Release Notes: The biggest change is a significant elaboration of the schema editing system to support proper maintenance of unique value namespace constraints during schema editing. A number of minor improvements to the client's GUI were also made.
Release Notes: A couple of fixes for JDK 1.1 compatibility on the server, a number of fixes for bootstrapping issues in the Ganymede server and the userKit schema kit distribution, and a fix to a significant bug in the server's XML parser logic that could lead to server threads looping infinitely if the xmlclient transmitted an incomplete XML stream.