Release Notes: A fix to work with Solaris 2.6.
Release Notes: Doubling of the speed of calls to free(), further improvements to scalability (especially on Solaris), reduced memory consumption and improved performance on uniprocessors, and a changed lock implementation for Windows from spin to spin-yield, as in the UNIX implementations.
Release Notes: Pointer casts were made to unsigned longs for 64-bit architectures (e.g., the SGI Origin 2000).
Release Notes: Added project and workspace files for Visual C++.
Release Notes: This release fixes the deadlock problem on Linux caused by the latest version of libc (2.1.2, included in Red Hat 6.1) by providing a work-around version of atexit that doesn't call malloc.
Release Notes: Now runs on the BeOS.
Release Notes: A user-level lock implementation (for x86, SPARC, and SGI's) that improves performance by about 30%, and optional support for the sproc library (for SGIs).
Release Notes: You can now build a shared-library version of the Hoard library. The old Makefile is still there to build a high-performance executable (the shared-library version runs about 10% slower). Hoard now runs on the SGI Origin 2000 (in addition to Linux, Solaris, and Windows NT).
Release Notes: Now builds for Windows NT under CygWin and also added a small suite of benchmarks.
Release Notes: Removed an outdated preamble that suggested that Hoard's license was not the LGPL (which it is).