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  •  19 Dec 2008 21:08
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    Release Notes: This release adds support for kqueue and epoll on platforms that support them, and the ability to choose the event notification system at program startup. It also adds the functions st_writev_resid(), st_readv_resid(), and st_readv(). It incorporates public definitions of ST_UTIME_NO_TIMEOUT and ST_UTIME_NO_WAIT. The documentation has been fixed.

    •  31 Dec 2002 22:03
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      Release Notes: This release supports many more platforms, tightens up the API, and offers an extensions directory for contributed support functions. See the included README file for details.

      •  26 Oct 2002 23:52
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        Release Notes: This release has contributed support for HPPA, S390, and Cygwin and documentation clarifications and enhancements.

        •  22 Jan 2002 20:00
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          Release Notes: This release has performance optimizations, debugger support, a modernized build process including .rpm and .deb support, improved error recovery, and enhanced documentation.

          •  25 Jun 2001 01:03
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            Release Notes: Addition of contributed patches, etc.

            •  23 Dec 2000 01:28
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              Release Notes: This release includes ports to new platforms, the option to use either poll() or select() for event polling, and other changes.

              •  29 Sep 2000 19:03
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                Release Notes: State Threads for Linux IA-64 is now available in the 1.1 development version.

                •  21 Jul 2000 02:43
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                  Release Notes: First release.

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