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  •  05 Mar 2006 21:04
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    Release Notes: This release is based on the latest Erlang/OTP R10B-9. Several applications have been added to the package (Ibrowse, MySQL and PostgreSQL modules, and ehtml). Several applications have also been updated (ejabberd, J-EAI, Yaws, and Jabberlang). A preconfigured Emacs environment has also been added.

    •  31 Jul 2005 09:49
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      Release Notes: This release contains the latest version of the Erlang/OTP environment (Erlang/OTP R10B-6) as well as updated Erlang software: J-EAI 1.0 beta 5, ejabberd 0.9.1, Tsunami 1.0.3, Yaws 1.55, Dialyzer 1.3, BTT 4.0.3, Jabberlang 0.1, and various other Erlang libraries. This version also contains updated and improved scripts and is supported on Linux x86, Mac OS X (Panther and Tiger), and Windows 2000/XP.

      •  15 Feb 2005 10:21
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        Release Notes: This stable release added many improvements, including an upgrade to Erlang R10B-1a, support for a variety of traditional Unixes, an upgrade of -EAI 1.0 from beta 2 to beta 4, Dialyzer, and static code analyser. The Tkabber startup scripts were fixed on Windows.

        •  31 Jan 2005 22:39
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          Release Notes: This release candidate includes the latest J-EAI version (1.0 beta 3), as well as the Tkabber XMPP client, to use with ejabberd and J-EAI. J-EAI integration has also been improved: the start-up script has been changed, and the default port changed to 6180.

          •  28 Jan 2005 09:42
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            Release Notes: It is now possible in this release to load external C libraries for packaged applications. All applications are now working properly.

            •  24 Jan 2005 11:47
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              Release Notes: This release is now based on Erlang/OTP R10B. Support has been added for a variety of traditional Unix platforms. Dialyzer, a static code analyser, has been added. Yaws 1.50 is now included. Wings3D has been updated to version 0.98.26. Several useful contributions have been added, such as RESHD, XMLRPC, syslog, trex, and several others. Finally, the CDROM architecture has been improved and should adapt more directly to future Erlang/OTP versions.

              •  25 Nov 2004 13:24
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                Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release that closes the 1.0 development branch. A DLL that was at the wrong place on Windows has been moved. This makes it possible again to run J-EAI and ejabberd on Windows, as well as on Linux and Mac OS X. J-EAI has been upgraded to version 1.0 beta 2, which is the latest public version.

                •  12 Nov 2004 19:00
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                  Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release. The start.sh script has been simplified. J-EAI and ejabberd are now working properly on Mac OS X (Crypto_drv.so is fixed).

                  •  09 Nov 2004 09:05
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                    Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and feature improvements were made. An SSH 1.0 application was added, making it possible to use SSH and SFTP clients from Erlang. Tsunami was upgraded to the latest CVS version (2004-10-26). Several minor bugs with Jabber load testing were fixed. The collection now works on Mac OS X.

                    •  14 Oct 2004 08:10
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                      Release Notes: The ERL_MAX_PORTS environment variable is now set to 32000, which is required in order to be able to use more than 1024 sockets simultaneously in Erlang programs. This is necessary for important ejabberd or Yaws deployments. Tsunami was upgraded to the latest CVS version (2004-10-12), drastically improving the Jabber benchmarking tools.

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