Release Notes: The database query mechanism was optimized, and various new minor features were added to the C++ and Java APIs.
Release Notes: This release compiles cleanly under GCC 3.x. A serial port I/O class for Linux and Windows was added.
Release Notes: A few minor optimizations and feature enhancements were made, including a fix for a nasty memory leak in muscled, the server daemon. Upgrading is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: This version includes many minor bugfixes and enhancements, including inline x86 assembly for atomic counters, optional remapping of client IP addresses, and fixes for the regular-expression generation code, etc.
Release Notes: Rewritten memory-allocation-tracking code to work better with static global objects, a rewrite of the Message class so that it compiles under more compilers, compiles support for IRIX, and some other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The Message class now uses ObjectPools for its fields, to avoid unnecessary memory allocations. Also, MUSCLE now uses in-line assembly routines for atomic counter increments/decrements on PowerPC and Intel chips. There are also some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Restored compile support under Visual C++, ability to change IOPolicy's on the fly if desired, and some minor API cleanups.
Release Notes: The hashtable class no longer requires a function pointer (hash generation is done via a default template instead), some OS/X and SGI compatibility fixes, and other minor tweakage.
Release Notes: Miscellaneous fixes were made in the Java and Python implementations. Windows compatibility was improved. The included regex code is now the Henry Spencer public domain implementation.