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[GNUe-dev] GNUe Common Library 0.7-alpha1 available

From: reinhard
Subject: [GNUe-dev] GNUe Common Library 0.7-alpha1 available
Date: Sun, 08 Nov 2009 13:52:45 +0100

The GNU Enterprise team proudly announces

   GNUe Common Library 0.7-alpha1.

This is an unstable alpha version and mainly targeted at

This version is likely to have bugs. If you want to use the
program in production, please consider using the latest
stable version instead.

GNUe Common Library is the basis for the GNUe tools, such as
Forms, Reports, Application Server, and Designer.  It implements
a database-abstraction layer that provides support for most major
databases. A builtin XML-to-Object parser and Object-to-XML marshaller
are used by Forms, Reports, and Designer to save and read Forms/Report
definitions to and from an XML file.  It also defines and implements an
RPC abstraction layer that will allow server processes to define their
public methods once and have them available XML-RPC and Pyro clients.

For more information about GNU Enterprise in general,
please see

This version already contains the following changes and new
features of the planned final release:

* [lib] new package with non GNUe specific modules
* [lib] reworked implementation of "checktype" module
* [lib] new "iso8601" module for date/time parsing
* [lib] new "modules" module to add support for "magic variables"
* [base] new package with basic GNUe specific modules
* [base] use Python standard logging module
* [base] reworked implementation of "errors", "i18n", and "plugin" modules
* [base] reworked implementation of "setup" and "version" modules
* [base] new function to search for configuration files
* [datasources] support for Python's builtin sqlite DBSIG2 module
* [datasources] set detail resultset to None when master moves to "no record"
* Code cleanup
* Removed some unused modules
* Translation updates
* Packaging updates
* Switch to GPL version 3

As usual, you can download the unstable builds of GNUe Common Library

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