Tryton 1.8 is out

bch bertrand.chenal at
Tue Nov 9 16:17:31 CET 2010

I'm glad to announce the 1.8 release of Tryton:

Main improvements[1]:

* Extensive API simplification (gain in the number of line of code and
  first step toward an implementation of the Active record pattern).

* The client now offer pagination for very big list of documents and
  fix a memory leak, making it more responsive.

* Can be run completly on a USB stick (with Neso).

[1] More details about this release:

About Tryton:

Tryton is a Python framework aimed at rapid development of integrated
business application (aka ERP).

The main software stack is :
* A relational database (PostgreSQL, or MySQL or Sqlite)
* the Tryton server that offers amongst other stuff an ORM, automated
  database migrations and expose data through several protocols
  (XML-RPC, JSON-RPC, WebDAV, CalDAV, with SSL or without)
* The Tryton client, written in pyGTK, it offers the priviliged way to
  acces those data.

There is also:
* Neso, the standalone version of Tryton, that glues server and client
  together and run on top of Sqlite.
* Proteus: a library that allows to acces easily local and remote
  Tryton server (from the command line or from any other Python
  software) and expose data through and Active Record API

Bertrand Chenal

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