Fresco (formerly Berlin) is an experimental windowing system which is a logical extension of the integrated layout and structured graphics model developed in InterViews and the original Fresco project. It makes heavy use of CORBA for transparent inter-process control, and utilizes a loadable module framework to maintain good drawing speed and extensive customizabillity.
Release Notes: This release contains many bugfixes and some new features. It was ported to Solaris and FreeBSD, a new unit testing framework was started, and the Python runtime was fixed.
Release Notes: This first release under the name "Fresco" incorporates all changes made in the last year and a half. Work has also been made on the development infrastructure.
Release Notes: This release includes support for a number of different consoles, a GGIKit for animation and client side rendering, a UnidrawKit for graphical editors, and lots more.
Release Notes: Completion of the migration to omniORB3/POA, an abstracted console, new reference counting, new clients, a much smaller server, more stability, and fixes for some memory leaks.
Release Notes: Significant speed and stability improvements were made. New features include 3D transformations and Freetype support.