Addjob lets you distribute jobs over a network. You just run "addjob-server", and then submit jobs like "addjob gcc -c foo.c". You can still interact with your program via the command line, and exit-codes are preserved, so it integrates well with Makefiles.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release to bring the software up to date for Ruby 1.9. There have also been minor reliability improvements to accommodate slow NFS systems.
Release Notes: Some reliability improvements have been made. The server now shuts down more gracefully, resolving a problem where it could not be immediately restarted because host ports would still be unavailable. The hosts wait for their ports to become available if they are already in use.
No changes have been submitted for this release.