Fixes some compile errors with gcc (version >= 4.2)
This is a minor release which fixes some bugs
occured on BSD systems.
The mySQL part of the database server stores some
helpful informations about the usage of the device
The first beta version of TACO 4 (3.96.0) is released. It contains a new database backend using
SQLite3 and support to access the TANGO device drivers and allow TANGO to access to TACO devices.
Add the option '-d' to start all device servers as daemon
for Unix like systems.
Some fixes due to the use of GCC 4.1.X.
This is a maintenance version. It fixes some problems with the import of some other devices in a server and getting the command informations if the command list is empty.
The logging informations of manager, database and message server are improved. The database server logs all transactions on the database.
The Windows port for Visual Studio 6 has been updated based on the latest code in cvs. The binary package is downloadable as zip file.
To help external users I have made a copy of the current cvs repository available as a tarball.
Fixes a bug in the mySQL part of database server
Solves some problems with a multi nethost environment
Fixes a bug: If no NETHOST variable was set and the client uses more than one nethost in the multinethost environment it crashes if the devices was connected in a special order (//host1/dev1, //host2/dev2, //host1/dev3, ...).
This release fixes some bugs in the MySQL part of the database
server. Added a 'taco.status' script to check the status of the
Manager, dbm_server, and MessageServer.
* Maintainance release:
- Fixes some bugs ocuring if the device server provides different classes with different class name.
- Suppress building of the db_dump tool if GDBM support is disabled
This release is a backport of the current development trunk.
It adds some new features in configuration like enable full qualified host names. Additional some bugs in relation with long device and
resource names are fixed.
2005-05-02 13:00 jkrueger1:
* lib/dev_api.c: Bugfix: close of not initialized TCP socket
variable exits Python if an imported device is deleted (freed)
2005-04-26 10:00 jkrueger1:
* m4/python.m4: Bugfix: detection of libpython failes due to the
cached values of the detection result.
* Fix some problems with the detection of the Python development environment
* improve the detection of the TACO libraries for projects using
Fix some problems with MessageServer use,
Improve the command line options and display
Fix some problems in the autoconf macro taco.m4 for the determination of the right libraries for client and server. This is useful for developer of own clients and
This maintainance release fixes some timing problems during the startup of the manager itself.
* Fix problems with reconnecting the client to restarted device
* Improve the detection of the 'signal' function
* Use 'device_server' as the main entrance function for all servers, written in C, C++ or Python
* Improve the Python framework for writting TACO servers
* Add documentation in the Python TACO server framework
This is a maintain release.
It fixes some problems occured if the client tries to reconnect to a stopped and restarted server.
Build the 'greta_ndbm' tool for access to the database.
- set TCP as default protocol for the clients
- new startup scripts for Linux systems (SuSE, debian)
- improvements in configuration task
- substitute 'gets' by 'fgets' calls
- bug fixes in 'GetCommandList' and 'GetEventList'
This is a maintainance release which fixes some non
C standard conformant files.
Fixes some problems with configuration tests
and improves the testing of the built system