Release Notes: A port to Win32, testing against Python 1.5, and new hooks for extensibility.
Release Notes: This is a complete rewrite using CORBA and Python. You can now implement distributed, replicated, consistent, fault-tolerant servers with standards-based interfaces in as little as 50 lines of code. Includes a graphical demonstration, line-by-line HOWTO, and several examples with regression tests.
Release Notes: A replicated block device for Linux, cleanups to the Storage interface in the Perl API, and a fix for a message delivery bug.
Release Notes: This is the first release with autoconf support. The perl/MySQL example now replicates using a DBI interface. A message ordering bug has been fixed.
Release Notes: Performance has been improved. The Perl example now replicates to MySQL. Write operations now support return values.
Release Notes: This release adds Perl bindings, puts support for GNU Pth back in, and fixes some portability issues for 64bit architectures and bugs that occurred when serializing writes and releasing thread locks.
Release Notes: Improved performance, greater configurability, and additional tests and documentation.
Release Notes: Removal of all dependencies on the Standard Template Library, use of ACE for all platform primitives, and a code reorganization for clarity and performance.
Release Notes: You can use ACE for thread/socket primitives or native socket/pthread calls (under Linux). Still supports GNU pth.
Release Notes: First public release.