14 Jul 2013 joolean   » (Journeyer)


Having at least temporarily put that security fuss to bed, I decided to implement a few of the remaining missing features of the gzochi server container; specifically, periodic task rescheduling and some light application metrics reporting. The result is a fresh release, 0.4. It's been sync'd to Savannah's trusty network of mirrors by now -- so go get it! Software's never, you know, done, but I think with this release the framework might be feature-complete, at least in terms of its v1 functionality. (A "distributed mode" might be in the works for v2, if I ever get around to reading how RedDwarf Server went about that.) So what's left to work on? Bugs, for sure. In particular, there are several worrisome memory leaks. Unit test coverage. Performance, because there's no reason the container shouldn't really scream, especially with recent GNU Guile builds.

But wow: the rare joy of getting to be a user.

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