Release Notes: Based on community consensus, this release reverts a number of features introduced in version 3.0. The major reason for these changes is improving backward compatibility with 0MQ 2.1.x. Development of the 0MQ 3.0.x series will be discontinued, and users are encouraged to upgrade to 3.1.
Release Notes: The API has been made more POSIX-like. Subscription forwarding: instead of filtering on the consumer, the subscription is moved as far as possible towards the publisher, and filtering is done there. The sockopts ZMQ_RCVTIMEO/ZMQ_SNDTIMEO allow you to set the timeouts for blocking send/recv calls.
Release Notes: OpenPGM is smoothly integrated now. Several major bugs in message delivery were fixed. Random junk in the distribution has been removed. Some missing man pages were added.
Release Notes: Several memory leaks were fixed. OpenPGM is working again.
Release Notes: This a stable release with several important bug fixes over 2.1.0 and no major functionality changes.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with no major changes.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The ZMQ_SWAP functionality has now been implemented for all socket types. About 30 bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Multi-hop request/reply patterns are now fully supported. Multi-part messages are available. Orderly shutdown of multi-threaded applications can be done easily.
Release Notes: This release adds new documentation, more platform support, and many other enhancements.