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ROVM (Remote Object Virtual Machine) is a virtual machine to read, write, and execute remote objects. It facilitates programming with objects that are executed on a remote machine. ROVM consists of various packages. ROVM Server and ROVM Interface support features to connect each other, and ROVM Client supports features to debug your opcodes easily.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Mar 2006 05:00

    Release Notes: ROVM Server now uses OpenSSL for encrypted communications by default. It is necessary to upgrade your ROVM Interface and ROVM Client. User authentication is now supported using Apache's htpasswd utility. An option file is now also supported.

    •  15 Mar 2006 09:19

      Release Notes: Some stress tests were done in ROVM Server, focusing on Garbage Collection and Memory Allocation using multi-thread tests. When the GC thread in ROVM Server removes an ObjRef, the __del__ method runs automatically if ObjRef has such a method. All 35 opcode instructions which be embodied in ROVM Server are now supported in ROVM Interface. A regex class (based on Emacs-style RE) and a regex.regex class were added to the /test category in ROVM Library.


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