We have improve our Linux projects to use soname for vcomponents dynamic libraries. It will be equal to the name of version, e.g. 4.8.
This will allow resolve problems when on the same linux computer are installed Valentina components of different versions.
We introduce our first 64-bit ADKs for MAC OS X:
- Valentina for C++ (VSDK)
- Valentina for Cocoa (V4CC)
- Valentina for PHP Standalone (VPHP)
It is clear that we cannot make V4RB, V4REV and such to be 64-bits because their IDEs do not support this.
Next our step in this direction, will be introduction of 64 bit ADKs for Windows, VSDK, VNET, …
Yesterday I have try to make installer of VPHP_Standalone_x64, which could be our first 64-bit ADK, and have realize that it is not good idea keep in the same /usr/local/lib/vcomponents both 32 and 64 bit DLLs.
Continue reading MAC 64 bits – introducing vcomponents_x64 for ADKs/x64
Starting with a post by John Gruber on Daring Fireball, a building tide of developer anxiety is rippling through the iPhone developer market. This could easily be a sign of greater control by Apple instead of an outright ban against non-Apple compilation. Continue reading Flash-to-iPhone 4 SDK Ban May Have Limited Effect
There is an interesting conversation taking place over on Bob Keeney’s blog regarding REALbasic and the iPhone.
Paradigma Software has had a Valentina Client for the iPhone for almost a year, and while its seen some use, I often feel that just having it has helped bring new customers to use Valentina DB who have no intention of using Valentina for the iPhone.
A lot of folks commenting know REAL Software – the company – very well. Maybe too well. Supporting the iPhone sounds like a monumental task, and you’ve been waiting a long, long time for Cocoa support and that’s likely come at some cost. You don’t want to go through that with iPhone support.
Continue reading REALbasic, the iPhone and Valentina DB
We are happy to introduce, in the release 4.5, the result of our 8 months efforts – Valentina Server 64 bit for 3 platforms (win, mac, linux)!
Continue reading Valentina Server 64-bit.
We have decide to deprecated these two Carbon products in v4.5, which we have developed yet with help of CodeWarrior.
I think for REALbasic developers, this will not a problem, because few years REALbasic is a cocoa application itself, and works with xcode-made plugins.
For Director users, this means that v4.5 of V4MD mac, will not work with Director10, only with D11 and D11.5. If you still use D10, you can use v4.3 of V4MD that can be found here: http://valentina-db.com/download/prev_releases/
There is a new feature in Valentina Server – SNMP agent.
Currently we support only get() and get_next() SNMP requests for the following oids:
Not much info but it makes a possibility to monitor vServer over SNMP.
For now, SNMP facilities are available only for Windows.
You should specify SNMP port in the server ini-file (default port is 161, 0 means turn off SNMP agent):
Port_SNMP=161; SNMP port to listen by VServer.
; 0 – do not use a SNMP port.
You may set LogToSysLog variable to 1 (in the INI file or via vServer properties) to make vServer put log messages into the system log:
* Event log for Windows
* SysLog for Linux.
The default state of variable is off.
Now scripts show dialog to ask for ADMIN password, and execute load/unload of a VSERVER under SUDO.