ANNOUNCE: libmsgque 3.6 with perl support
aotto1968 at users.sourceforge.net
Mon Oct 19 16:35:28 CEST 2009
Â I would like to announce libmsgque 3.6 and PLMK 1.1
Â libmsgque is an infrastructure to write programming language
Â independent software using the :
Â Â > Programming Language Micro Kernel
Â architecture. Never was it so easy to write an application server
Â by your own or to extend your software from local-size to company-size.
Â LibMsgque does now support software written in:
Â Â > C, C++, C#, JAVA, Python, Tcl and Â Â !! Â Perl Â !!
Â available on Unix or Windows OS.
Â Performance is always a story and is measured for every supported
Â language on its own. Read more at:
Â Â > http://libmsgque.sourceforge.net/performance.htm
- Add new programming language "Perl"
Â The new language is added if the "--enable-perl" configure switch is used.
Â Create and Install new perl module "Net::Msgque".
Â Use native perl "MakeMaker" build environment to create Perl-Conform build
Â and perform a Perl-Conform installation.
- The dependency for Tcl is now optional
Â The Tcl language is added if the "--enable-tcl" configure switch is used.
Â Be aware that the test-environment depend on Tcl
- Add asynchronous background handler
Â This handler is used to process errors not belonging to a transaction in
Â a centralized manner. The feature was implemented as Interface (C++,Java
Â ,C#) or as configuration option (C,Perl,Python,Tcl).
- Add signature based type checking
Â Non-Typed languages without usable class or inheritance type checking now
Â using this feature to create type-save code. This feature is used for Tcl
Â and Perl.
- Add new Performance Test environment
Â The new environment using a separated directory "performance" and does
Â create better results combined with a clearly arranged result-table. Read
Â more in "performance/README"
Â > http://libmsgque.sourceforge.net/
Â > http://sourceforge.net/projects/libmsgque/
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