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SCOP

SCOP is a library for writing distributed applications. The functionality includes message-passing, events, and RPCs. It is primarily aimed at C++ programs on Linux, or Java anywhere. Much simpler than CORBA, it is easy to learn, general-purpose, fairly fast, thoroughly documented, complete, and free.

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  •  12 Sep 2006 00:03

    Release Notes: A prebuilt "stream" client has been added for importing streams of events from other programs. Support for reliable streams has been added to the C++ library and clients, which can now automatically reconnect and keep running even if the server is rebooted. There are improvements to logging and better support for running on different port numbers to avoid firewall restrictions.

    •  12 Nov 2003 16:27

      Release Notes: This release adds full support for the Python language. SCOP now has language bindings for C, C++, Java, shell script, Scheme, and Python.

      •  30 Sep 2003 15:19

        Release Notes: Some small but fatal compile-time errors with newer compilers were fixed. XML-RPC calls with null arguments and empty lists are also now possible.

        •  27 Dec 2002 21:28

          Release Notes: This release adds support for the Java programming language.

          •  12 Sep 2002 17:21

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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