OpenMAMA 2.3.1 Released
Damian Maguire <DMaguire@...>
It's with great pleasure that we're announcing the latest point release OpenMAMA, 2.3.1, is now available. This release has seen a large number of changes, with a particular focus on improving the overall build process across platforms. As such, there's been a lot of work on Scons and the Visual Studio solution files. Equally, with a lot of community engagement, we've continued to address bug fixes, keep MAMDA up to date, improve performance and code hygiene, enhance both the Avis and Qpid bridges, and see a large chunk of new open source functionality in the form of the Field Cache.
A bit more detail can be found in the announcement blog post on the OpenMAMA website, here.
The source code for this release can be found in the OpenMAMA git repository, where 2.3.1 is now the head of the master branch. The following source, RPM and binary releases are also available:
Looking forward, there's a lot of exciting changes coming around the corner – the dynamic loading working group is in full swing, and we're expecting some of the work performed there to start filtering into the main repository with the coming months, which will not only provide new features, but also help future proof OpenMAMA as we go forward. Similarly, we've seen a great uptick in engagement from the whole community, in terms of not only code contributions, but also testing, bug reporting and general feedback. This looks set to continue to grow, so expect to see a lot of interesting work coming over the next few months. At present we're expecting a new release around the end of September, so keep your eye out for that.
Thanks again for all the assistance from everyone who contributed, and as always if anyone has any questions feel free to drop me a mail.
Damian Maguire – Senior R&D and OpenMAMA Specialist
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