Release Notes: Variables are now re-evaluated correctly every time a job executes. In the scheduler example the file date will now move on correctly before the FTP download. Other bugs in the Schedule Job have also been fixed so a job doesn't move on if manually re-run in its due interval. The log panel now shows log messages.
Release Notes: This release features the introduction of types which change the way variables work to be much more intuitive and useful. It reworks the persistence mechanism to make it simpler to persist a large hierarchy. The examples have been tidied up and commented following feedback that it was difficult to see what was meant to be happening. The problem with icons not displaying when monitoring a remote job has been fixed.
Release Notes: A rewrite of most of the scheduler functionality, including reworking the TreeSched sub-project to be much more intuitive and easier to use. There is now a new scheduler job that can schedule multiple child jobs, track their state, and alert if one fails.
Release Notes: This release adds support for embedded Ant tasks, a new simple Web application for monitoring, and new persistence support for job states.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to specify a job attribute as the property of a variable (which could be another job), bat files to make it easier to run the examples on Windows, and more jobs, wait, and stop.