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  •  29 Nov 2013 15:25
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    Release Notes: This release includes new WebSocket integrated support (mod-websocket) that allows running BEEP, BEEP over Websocket, and BEEP over secured WebSocket in a transparent manner to the profile developer. Several bugs were fixed and other new features were added.

    •  04 Sep 2012 08:53
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      Release Notes: Bugs were fixed.

      •  04 Jan 2012 13:28
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        Release Notes: This stable release includes updates in mod-python and mod-tls to improve error reporting or tracking down handlers which are taking too long to finish. It also includes some bugfixes and documentation updates explaining how to use the new features.

        •  26 Oct 2011 14:40
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          Release Notes: This is a stable release that includes a complete rewrite for child process creation, making it more stable and maintainable. It also includes new administration options that allow you to control several run-time elements like max child processes, thread pool automatic resize, max frame size limit, and more. It includes several bugfixes and documentation updates explaining how to use new features.

          •  23 Aug 2011 17:30
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            Release Notes: This release includes many updates to mod-python like allowing loading python applications using python.conf files located in the profile path working directory. This allows easy application installation delegation, because the working directory is usually owned by the user running the profile path. It adds an initial fully working mod-radmin module that allows getting instant information about turbulence runtime status (including its children), so you can view all connections handled (parent and children) and other useful information.

            •  20 May 2011 09:46
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              Release Notes: This release includes fully working support to handle TLS profiles (mod-tls) and many updates to mod-sasl to support MySQL, database definitions at the profile path working directory, and much more. This release also includes many bug fixes and security improvements that makes Turbulence more stable and robust.

              •  03 May 2010 17:50
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                Release Notes: This new stable release includes many interesting features: mod-python, child process, chroot, and other security settings. This release also fixes many bugs, improves internal regression tests, and adds a lot of documentation (administration and a developer manual).

                •  03 Feb 2009 15:10
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                  Release Notes: A general update was done to make Turbulence work with the next stable Vortex Library 1.1 series. It also includes general work to make Turbulence run properly on Windows. Several bug fixes and changes were done to make Turbulence more usable.

                  •  23 Nov 2007 23:39
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                    Release Notes: This release includes many new features and bugfixes, mostly located at the Turbulence core and mod-sasl. An initial implementation for turbulence regression has been added. Now mod-sasl allows virtual hosting configuration, which allows you to configure auth-db associated to particular serverName configurations. mod-sasl has a new XML-RPC remote administration interface (SASL-RADMIN) which allows third party applications to perform SASL administrative tasks. A security update allows mod-sasl to store passwords hashed with MD5 and SHA-1.

                    •  06 Aug 2007 16:18
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                      Release Notes: This is the first official release. It allows the configuration of basic features such as ports, bind address, log files, max connections, and bad signal handling. It also includes two initial modules: mod-sasl and mod-tunnel. This release also includes one of the most important features for Turbulence, the profile path: an administrative mechanism that allows the user to choose which profiles can be used by remote peers and how they are sequenced, according to peer status, source address, previously created channels, and much more.

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