All releases of Distributed Multiplatform Framework

  •  20 Dec 2009 02:30
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    Release Notes: This release includes a new plugin for code generation that was previously developed privately. Samples are are also included for now. The samples include lbDMFDataViewModel, TurboVision, wxActiveRecords, and wxLua. The changes in this release are partly enhancements in XSLT, code, and bugfixes.

    •  15 Sep 2009 11:47
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      Release Notes: This is the final release. It has two major new features (printing and bussiness rules/actions) and some other bugfixes in importing XMI models and exporting them. The printing feature is implemented with an external application (OpenRPT from xTuple). It is implemented with the relatively new "execute application" action, which one could design onto database forms to act with actual data. The "business rules" feature is implemented via enhancing the action classes capable of walking an UML activity flow.

      •  15 Mar 2009 19:42
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        Release Notes: This release contains many changes to get a better working application. The main enhancements are using an initial SQLite database to enable an easy tryout of the software. The software should run out of the box. UML (XMI) export has been added to enable reverse engineering of existing database schemas. Documentation has been added that explains usage with BoUML, and as an example for reverse engineering, the PostBooks database is used.

        •  17 Oct 2007 07:32
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          Release Notes: Local file based configuration of an application is fully supported. If it is not available, the configuration will be loaded from the database. Many bugfixes are made: there were missing code modules. Packaging for Linux was improved. Property grid display problems when compiled against GTK 2.0 were fixed. Other minor bugs were fixed.

          •  14 Jul 2007 20:47
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            Release Notes: The most important new feature is the ability to import UML designs. To make a database application prototype, you now only need to design some classes with attributes and build relations using an aggregate from one class to another.

            •  23 Apr 2006 19:45
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              Release Notes: The ODBC code has been fixed to work properly with MS SQL databases. Missing vendor libraries have been added that broke the build system.

              •  30 Mar 2006 18:58
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                Release Notes: Major enhancements in file load and save functionality. The sample application saves the GUI state (maximized or not) and the last open application. Many classes are affected by these enhancements. A new package format has been added for Linux (RPM/SRPM). Tested on SuSE Linux. A binary Installation method for Mac OS X has been added.

                •  14 Dec 2005 19:42
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                  Release Notes: The documentation has been improved. The sample application has been tested against the documentation and verified under all supported platforms. Many bugs have been fixed while testing against the documentation.

                  •  03 Oct 2005 09:16
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                    Release Notes: A new database form layout (panel based in a tabbed view) is used. A new database type, SQL_BIGINT, was added. Detection of readonly data columns (group by/aggregates) was added. Bugfixes and API enhancements regarding new features were done.

                    •  12 Aug 2005 22:40
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                      Release Notes: This release contains new features to show master detail database dialogs. Additional enhancements in the API are related to the enhancements to master detail dialogs.

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