Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Ubicore 3.8 released

UbicoreWe are happy to announce a new release of Ubicore, Makewave's Remote Management System for OSGi frameworks.

The new Ubicore 3.8 includes a KF Pro 3.5 based management agent, as well as several other fixes on both the server and the OSGi client management side.

Customers can download the Ubicore 3.8 release from the customer download area.

Makewave Team

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Knopflerfish Pro 3.5 is released

Knopflerfish Pro We are happy to annouce the release of Knopflerfish Pro 3.5. The new version is available from the customer download site along-side with the 3.5 versions of Knopflerfish Pro Premium and Knopflerfish Pro CVIS. 

The Knopflerfish Pro 3.5 version include several improvement in the framework, the OSGi compendium services as well as the Knopflerfish services, resulting in a faster and more robust Knopflerfish Pro OSGi.

The most important changes are:
  • Stability issues corrected in the Knopflerfish OSGi framework
  • Several stability issues corrected in Declarative Services (SCR), e.g. potential race conditions, re-bind and re-registration issues.
  • Corrected resource / memory leak in User Admin
  • Framework commands supports printing thread stack traces and filter which threads to show.
  • SCR commands now support showing "satisfied" or "unsatisfied" applications.
  • Corrected issued preventing Eclipse Gemini Blueprint from running correctly on Knopflerfish
  • New major version of Ubicore mgmt agent provisioning API (Pro only)
  • Stability issues corrected in UPnP CP (Pro only)
  • UPnP Device now supports specific interface names, in addition to IP addresses. Stability improvements and minor bugs corrected (Pro only)
  • Application Manager updated to new mgmt agent API as well as stability improvements (Pro Premium only)
  • Improved image rendering in UI packages as well as minor corrections and fixes (Pro Premium only)
A new versions of Ubicore, which will have a Knopflerfish Pro 3.5 based client, will be released shortly.