From: Ben Mitch <b.mitchinson@sh...> - 2008-11-05 18:39:43
BRAHMS 0.7.1 is now released at SourceForge, and associated
documentation at the new BRAHMS website, link below. please read the
Release Notes (installed with the package, or available on the download
page from SourceForge).
this is a bugfix release over 0.7.0 - one of those bugs was that
component management was difficult, so the new BRAHMS Manager is
technically a bugfix, though it may look on the surface, like a feature
if you are running Matlab R14 SP2, there is a Matlab bug that manifests
when using the BRAHMS Manager; please see the page "Known Issues" in the
also note that the pbwiki pages are being dismantled as we speak - most
of the information previously available there has been migrated to the
BRAHMS website. the wiki will remain open for discussions, and will
continue to hold some "misc" data until it finds a more appropriate home.
the overall goal of the SystemML project was to allow publishing of
models to the community that will remain interoperable indefinitely into
the future. one development step remains before it becomes possible to
fulfil this goal, and that is to bring the standard library components
off the dev/ branch of the tree, and freeze their interfaces (where
models interact with the standard library, these interfaces must be
fixed just like those with the framework). this will be done, more or
less, on demand. therefore, if you are intending to publish a model
written in BRAHMS, and want to take advantage of the SystemML publishing
model (rather than just saying your users must use BRAHMS version x.x.x
to run your model), please let me know well in advance so that i can get
this process moving for the parts of the SL that are relevant to you. if
you need to publish a model in a hurry, prior to this, there are less
slick alternatives - please get in touch with me.
ABRG users: RCs have been cleared from ACE, please use the link at
/usr/local/abrg/brahms/SystemML from now on. i've left the RC link for
now, so your stuff should continue to work without changes, but this
link will probably disappear in future.