Thu 07 August 2014

[Adacore] Sockets implemented for arm-linux-android

Sockets have been implemented for the arm-linux-android eabi toolchain.

Wed 06 August 2014

[Nuxeo Corp EN] Nuxeo.io Now Available to All with the Nuxeo Platform 5.9.5 Fast Track Release

New York, NY – August 6, 2014 – With its latest fast track release available for download, Nuxeo, provider of the Nuxeo Platform, a highly customizable and extensible content management platform for building business applications, today announced open access to the nuxeo.io trial, native integration with MongoDB, and Nuxeo Studio user experience improvements.

New features and improvements in Fast Track 5.9.5 include:

An Open nuxeo.io Trial

Nuxeo is announcing a free 30-day trial of nuxeo.io, a complete environment for developing and deploying Digital Asset Management, Document Management and Case Management applications on the Nuxeo Platform.

Nuxeo.io is a Docker- and CoreOS-based hosting service for creating and managing Nuxeo Platform clusters in the cloud and provides easy and quick access to development instances that can be used for the entire lifecycle of a project from development to production.

Software vendors and solution providers can use nuxeo.io to build their own high-density PaaS architecture.

nuxeo.io customers can access:

  • Nuxeo Platform, with nuxeo.io services for managing and running clusters on the Cloud,
  • Nuxeo Studio, for easy customization of the Nuxeo Platform,
  • Nuxeo Marketplace, with ready-to-install add-ons and extensions.

Sign up for a trial run of nuxeo.io today.

Native Integration with MongoDB

With version 5.9.5, the Nuxeo Platform now supports native integration with MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database. This integration offers high performance, availability and scalability of content-centric business applications. This integration with MongoDB offers Big Data tools and processes for the Nuxeo Platform content store.

Nuxeo Studio UX Improvements

To coincide with Nuxeo Platform 5.9.5, Nuxeo has released an updated version of Nuxeo Studio. Included in this release are smarter editors for XML, NXQL (the native Nuxeo query language), CSS, and JavaScript, with syntax coloration, code auto-completion and code suggestion.

In addition, NXQL now includes a suggestion feature, making it faster and easier to compose queries, a common activity when customizing the platform.

Fast Track versions of the Nuxeo Platform are released every 6 to 8 weeks, providing innovations and enhancements early and often. Immediately available, Nuxeo Platform FT 5.9.5 can be downloaded today.

Additional Resources:

  1. Release Notes – http://nuxeo.github.io/releasenotes/5.9.5/
  2. Nuxeo Platform Roadmap – http://nuxeo.roadmap.com

About Nuxeo

Nuxeo provides an extensible and modular Open Source Content Management Platform enabling architects and developers to easily build and run business applications. Designed by developers for developers, the Nuxeo Platform offers modern technologies, a powerful plug-in model and extensive packaging capabilities. It comes with ready-to-use Document Management, Digital Asset Management and Case Management packages. 1000+ organizations rely on Nuxeo to run business-critical applications, including Electronic Arts, Netflix, Sharp, FICO, the U.S. Navy, and Boeing. Nuxeo is dual-headquartered in New York and Paris. More information is available at www.nuxeo.com.

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[Adacore] Quantification on type with Iterable aspect

Generalized loop iteration is now supported in quantified expressions using a new, more SPARK friendly, mechanism for defining an iterable container type.

Tue 05 August 2014

[Adacore] GNATdashboard

This is the manual for administering and using GNATdashboard.

[Adacore] GNATdashboard

This is the manual for administering and using GNATdashboard.

Mon 04 August 2014

[Adacore] Gem #161 : So long and thanks for all the memories!

In this final Gem we look back over some highlights of the series, including the topics covered and your favorite Gems. We also look to the future with the creation of a new blog.

[Adacore] Support for -U and -U main_file switches

CodePeer now supports switches -U (analyze all files from the project) and -U main_file (analyze only the closure of the specified main file) on the command line.

Sun 03 August 2014

[Adacore] Add warning for access to atomic record component

If X.Y is referenced where X is an atomic object and Y is a non-atomic component, the RM does not specify exactly what mechanism is used to do this access. In particular there is no guarantee that this will be done using a full access to X. A warning is now given in this situation if X has an address clause, typical of the memory mapped I/O case, that the result may not be what is expected (there are several possible different expectations in this case).

Sat 02 August 2014

[Adacore] Implementation aspect Obsolescent

A new implementation-defined aspect Obsolescent is implemented that is equivalent to the existing implementation defined pragma of the same name.

Fri 01 August 2014

[Adacore] Improved error recovery for bad aspect syntax

Omitting => in an aspect definition could causee a "compilation abandoned" message when operating with -gnatQ mode to force semantic analysis of the program, This is now fixed, and the compiler recovers gracefully,

Thu 31 July 2014

[Adacore] GPS: CodePeer messages grouping in Locations view

All CodePeer messages (SCIL compilation errors, warnings and checks, race conditions) are displayed in one category in Locations view.

Tue 29 July 2014