Release Notes: This release mostly contains bugfixes and code cleanup.
Release Notes: TCL bindings are now fully functional. Perl-compatible regular expressions are now used, as in other branches. There are minor ivyprobe improvements ( time handling and direct messages). This release supports multicast rendezvous. The documentation has been updated and examples are now provided.
Release Notes: This release has threaded execution of callbacks, methods to support easily the synchronization with remote agents, a method to receive one's own messages, and the use of Jakarta regexps to use extended Perl Compatible Regular Expressions. The documentation has been heavily updated. There are minor bugfixes (incorrect regexp handling, simultaneous connections, and incorrect broadcasts).
Release Notes: The direct message is now implemented in IvyClient and Probe. The IVYBUS environment variable is now propagated. New documentation was added for the TCP to ivy bridge. New tests are included. Important bugfixes were made in nasty multithread conditions.
Release Notes: This release fixes a big bug in disconnection handling that caused ivy Java programs to consume endless CPU cycles. The API was changed so that the library can be compiled on JDK 1.1.7 and 1.1.8. The code examples were cleaned up.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the handling of remote hostnames, which led ivy-perl to crash when the name resolution failed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a very annoying bug involving heterogeneous networks, fixes a bug on the default domain startup, and fixes bugs where the bus stopped while being started. The programmer's guide documentation is now included in the package.
Release Notes: Multicast is now possible on hosts with address between 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. New options for ivyprobe were added. A bug which occurred upon agent departure was fixed.