The opentnf-0.3.2 (Alpha) release is now available for download under `Latest File Releases'. The two significant changes in this release are a fix for a bug that prevented 0.3.1 from building on non-SMP systems, and ``official'' C/C++ probe support (finally!).
The opentnf-0.3.1 (Alpha) release is now available for download under `Latest File Releases'. This is a service release containing several bug fixes, as well as a new (`/dev/tnf' vs. `/proc/tnf'-based) interface to the Linux kernel subsystem.
We now have a mailing list for developers. You can subscribe to opentnf-dev using the web page at:
There is also an email-based interface for users of the list; you can get info about using it by sending a message with just the word `help' as subject or in the body, to:
Please address all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The opentnf-0.3.0 (Alpha) release is now available for download under `Latest File Releases'. This version provides all the basic necessities for accomplishing useful work with OpenTNF. The package is also now autoconfiscated for convenient, GNU-standard installation.
The OpenTNF Perforce depot has been moved to opentnf.arslogica.com. This is primarily due to the rash of ssh problems since SourceForge's upgrade / relocation; however, the new host also has the benefit that Perforce can now be accessed directly, without forwarding its port through ssh.
The folks at Perforce < http://www.perforce.com/ > have kindly provided a free license to support OpenTNF development. The Perforce server is presently hosted at SourceForge and accessible via ssh. Details on how to access it will be posted on the OpenTNF home page RSN.
I've made a preview release of OpenTNF available for download under Files. There's no configure script yet -- but that's okay, because the system isn't usable yet anyway.
A preliminary draft of the Trace Normal Form (TNF) file specification is now available on the Home Page. Your feedback is welcomed.