GT.M version V4.3-FT04 beta build has been released. This release includes fixes to issues reported during regression and field testing.
George James Software has released the production version of Serenji 2.1, a GUI editing and debugging tool with support for GT.M. Details are at http://www.georgejames.com.
Functional specification for GT.CM GNP client-server to support remote database access on Unix is now available in the Docs area. This document includes a brief description about how to use GT.CM.
GT.M version V4.3-FT01 beta build has been released. This release includes ANSI style error trapping ($ECODE, $ETRAP, etc) and $QLENGTH(), $QSUBSCRIPTS() and other 95 standard features. Also, GT.CM client/server over TCP is available. See release notes posted in the Technical Bulletins area (under Docs) for more details.
PHP (http://php.net) is an open-source server-side, cross-platform, HTML embedded scripting language. When compared with the [a-z]sp server page smorgasbord, it isa rguably the fastest way to generate dynamic web content.
By the end of next week (Friday, August 3), we expect to have available a field test version of a PHP client that can access a UNIX/Linux GT.M database over a network (the server will be in a field test version of a forthcoming version of GT.M, also available next week), and we are looking for Beta testers.... read more
I have discussed issues pertaining to complexities in the licensing of GT.M source code for x86 GNU/Linux under the GNU General Public License. Please read it before posting any changes (bug fixes or enhancements) to GT.M.
John Murray of George James Software reports:
Serenji is a Windows-based GUI debugger and code editor. It was first released two years ago, and has become very popular. Until now it's only worked on Cache, DSM and MSM.
We've just released the first beta version of Serenji for GT.M 4.2 on x86 Linux. If you're interested in testing this, please let me know
(mailto:email@example.com) and I'll email you the 0.5Mb zip file. You'll need to have installed Serenji 2.0.2 on your PC already - that's a 10Mb
download from http://www.georgejames.com/serenji/ with a 30 day free evaluation period.... read more
The collection of GT.M applications distributed at the M User Group Deutschland Jahrestagung 2001 in Pliezhausen, May 18, 2001 is now available for downloading from the GT.M summary page.
It contains three GT.M applications (each with its own open source license):
Aida -- a relational (SQL) engine for a GT.M database with ODBC/JDBC drivers, and a Java GUI using the Swing classes.
Visual GT.M -- a set of Borland Delphi custom controls for accessing a GT.M database, with GT.M code to serve the controls.... read more
The V4.2-002 Source is available in the CVS repository.
The production release for V4.2-002 is available for download.
This is the production release for which V4.2-FT14 was the field test release. There are now improved facilities for migration from other M implementations.
V4.2-FT14 is a field test release that is now available for download. This adds Merge, Set $Extract, and, as a migration aid, the ability to Goto $ZTRAP if the attempt to Xecute $ZTRAP finds that $ZTRAP is not a legal line of M.
Note, this is a field test release, and has not yet passed all regression tests.
The new GT.M web site at Sanchez is finally live at http://www.sanchez-gtm.com
These are examples written by Frans Witte, and are available for download.
The general release of V4.2 is now available for download.
More regression test failure fixes. Hopefully, this will be the last field test release before the V4.2-000 general release.
The next field test release, V4.2-FT07 release can be downloaded. It contains numerous bug fixes, including the stack leak in 2 argument $GET.
The release of GT.M on x86 GNU/Linux as open source freeware is now official. Read about it at http://www.sanchez.com/news/pr001107.htm
Source code will follow in the near future.
-- Bhaskar / 20001107
The GT.M Programmers Guide and GT.M Administration and Operations Guide, UNIX editions, are available for download. Files are tar'd & gzip'd archives of PDF files. Use tar zxvf <filename> to extract them.
-- Bhaskar / 20000929