Version 1.0 of Portico is here!
You can see the release notes here: http://www.porticoproject.org/index.php?title=Portico_New_and_Noteworthy_v1.0
The second release candidate of Portico v1.0 has been released. This update includes a lot of work on performance optimization and a number of bug fixes. It is recommended that everyone get hold of this to give it a proper test as it is anticipated that the next release will be the official 1.0.
I have just finished uploading the first testing release of the next
version of Portico: v0.9beta1
The focus of the v0.9 stream has been primarily on performance
improvements. This has involved a substantial re-architecture of the
Portico internals, moving away from a client/server setup towards a
new peer-to-peer approach.
As it currently stands, all the services from Portico v0.8 are up and
running and working well on the new infrastructure. However, I would
like to emphasize that this is a *beta* release. Given the
significance of the underlying changes, I expect there to be a number
of issues that need to be sorted out before making the official
release. The release has been thoroughly tested locally, but it is now
time for wider testing.... read more
The latest stable version of Portico has now officially been released. For more information on v0.8, see the Portico website (link below):
Portico v0.8rc2 is now available for download.
This release fixes a number of DDM-related bugs that were identified in rc1, in addition to other bugs that were reported during the last release candidate phase. Please download and report any bugs back to Portico HQ so we can get them fixed!
A release candidate for Portico v0.8 has now been made available. For the release announcement, see the following link:
A bit late notice, but Portico v0.7.2 was released. This update contains some significant bug-fixes for the C++ interface and is HIGHLY recommended for ALL users.
Hot on the heels of the Portico v0.7 release, we discovered an annoying little bug that causes updateAttributeValues (with time) calls in the C++ interface to be ignored. If you want a better description of the bug, see http://forums.porticoproject.org/viewtopic.php?p=497#497.
This update is _HIGHLY_ recommended for anyone who uses the C++ interface. I apologise for any inconvenience.