[beepbuilders] [ANN] jsVortex 0.5.2 'Why not?' release is ready!

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Francis Brosnan Blazquez

Jan 4, 2012, 1:07:01 PM1/4/12
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>>>> jsVortex 0.5.2 <<<<
'Why not?'

>>>> Release note

Advanced Software Production Line is proud to announce jsVortex
0.5.2 "why not?" release: an Open Source Javascript BEEP

jsVortex is a Javascript BEEP implementation that is specially
designed to run in the context of a web browser, turning it into an
effective BEEP peer without too much effort.

Check out the following links to get ready with jsVortex:

- http://www.aspl.es/jsVortex
[jsVortex homepage]

- http://www.aspl.es/jsVortex/docs
[jsVortex API documentation]

- http://www.aspl.es/vortex
[Vortex Library homepage, used to validate jsVortex]

- http://www.sf.net/projects/vortexlibrary
[Source download]

- http://www.beepcore.org
[BEEP Core community web site]

>>>> This release in short

New stable release that includes some fixings and a new building
process that allows delivering a release version (without any debug
statement) and a debug version (that includes them).

>>>> Changes from last release

* [fix] Adding documentation explaining how to solve "error calling
method on npobject"..

* [fix] Added an additional common error explaining how to fix the
problem on MAC OS/X when the java applet is not loaded.

* [fix] Fixed bug while splitting frames that uses utf-8 codes which
expands into 2 or 3 bytes when translated to byte representation,
causing not observing max allowed bytes accepted by remote BEEP
peer. Now the situation is detected and the difference is removed so
splitted piece fits into the accepted window size. Added regression
test to reproduce the bug and check fix introduced.

* [fix] Moved onFrameReceivedHandler configuration inside
channel.sendCommon out of the isComplete condition to avoid races.

* [fix] General update to produce a jsVortex bundle that includes an
unified Vortex.js without any debug statement (Vortex.{log, error,
warn}) and to also produce the same version with all those
statements called Vortex.debug.js. Updated source code to standardize
all calls to Vortex.log so they are done in a single line.

>>>> About Us

ASPL (Advanced Software Production Line) is a Spanish company that
provides services and support to introduce open source products,
especially GNU/Linux, into organization's processes.

Contact us, English or Spanish, to get commercial support and/or
BEEP based development services.

You can reach us:

http://www.aspl.es - in...@aspl.es
Francis Brosnan Blï¿œzquez - fra...@aspl.es
Advanced Software Production Line - http://www.aspl.es
4th Jan 2012, Madrid (Spain)

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