Spread 3.17.0 released
It can be downloaded
Spread Concepts LLC and Johns Hopkins Center for Networking and Distributed
System are happy to announce the release of a new stable version, 3.17.0,
of the Spread toolkit.
This release includes new features, substantial build improvements and
some bugfixes that break backwards compatibility. This break with
backwards compatibility and the new features are the reason for the
increase in minor version number.
Note, that the library name change from libsp to libspread requires any
application using Spread to change how they link. Some new functions
were also added to the C API to provide access to certain membership
fields, these functions replace the hardcoded byte offsets that were
prevously documented and should be used instead of those fixed offsets
in all applications.
With the Spread Open Source License, the toolkit may be freely
used under some conditions. For example, the license includes the
requirement that all advertising materials (including web pages)
mentioning software that uses Spread display a specific acknowledgement.
Please review the license agreement for more details.
Other commercial licenses or other licensing arrangements are available.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for partners
interested in using group communication and/or replication to solve
demanding, real-world problems.
For more information look at the
or the changelog.