- Version 1.3 is out!
- Win32 support
- Added extensiblity hooks
- Tested under Python 1.5
- Version 1.2 is out!
- Added graphical demo
- Fixed bugs related to choosing the most up-to-date server
- Version 1.1 is out!
- Complete re-write using CORBA for all interfaces
- Re-implemented in Python
- Note that the old version (<1.0)
is no longer being actively developed
- The new CVS module name is corba.
(cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/recall checkout corba)
- Not all the same servers have been re-implemented.
- Recall has somewhat better documentation now.
- Version 0.8 is out!
- Fixed some configure problems.
- Added a prototype of a relicated block device.
- Cleaned up the perl Storage interface.
- Another bug in message sending found and fixed.
- Version 0.7 is out!
- This is the first release with
- Prototype of a relicated Perl DBI interface.
- Bug in message sending found and fixed.
- Finally autoconf support!
Version 0.6 is out!
The perl/MySQL example is in this version. You will need
Write operations now support a return result. Now you can update
state and get the result in a single request.
IncrDecr example now supports client resend detection. There is a
test for client resend detection.
New look to the web page. I'm trying for a sturdy, "trust me"
look. Clearly I have no artistic talent. If you have ideas let
Copyright has been changed to a BSD-style license to accomodate
SourceForge requirements. If you have a problem with the change,
please contact me.
The perl example now uses MySQL to store data. You'll have to use
at SourceForge to get this now. Module name is "recall"
Performance is up 10-25%. Whoo hoo!
Version 0.5 is out!
Perl interfaces. You can now write fault-tolerant clients and servers
Fixed a bug in serializing write requests
Better error reporting
Simple library ported to the Compaq/DEC TRUE/64 Unix, FreeBSD, SUSE linux.
Fixed bugs related to thread clean-up
Support for GNU Pth
Eric C. Newton (firstname.lastname@example.org)