Release Notes: Changes were made to compile with gcc-4.4 (and get it working on Ubuntu 9.10).
Release Notes: Changes to support ipl 1.0.2 and hopefully restore iostreams backward compatibility for gcc 4.3.1
Release Notes: This release comprises all the changes to ivtools necessary to support a new package on top of it, ipl 1.0.1. ipl stands for Invocation Programming Language, and it's a development environment and testbed for the concurrent programming language described in Karl Fant's book "Computer Science Reconsidered: The Invocation Model of Process Expression" (Wiley-Interscience, 2007).
Release Notes: More changes required by gcc-4.* were made. The command interpreter was evolved.
Release Notes: Two bug fixes and some MANIFEST corrections.
Release Notes: This is the first phase of evolving ivtools' drawserv into a unique drawing chat program. Implemented so far: a connection mechanism and mutually exclusive graphics selection. Next phase: full graphic state and editing command transmission, and extension of the selection mechanism for locking pseudo graphics. These features require building with ACE support.
Release Notes: More changes to accommodate gcc-3.3, libstdc++-v3, ACE, and Mac OS X. Things are finally back together.
Release Notes: backwards compatibility fixes for gcc-2.95, plus corrected version numbers (1.1.2 instead of 1.1.0).
Release Notes: Missing src/include/ivstd/strstream.h has been incorporated into the MANIFEST and tar file. This is required for gcc-3.3 compilation.