I post a quick post on my blog which details the reason for me being "away". http://blog.medin.name/2012/06/10/family-augmentations/. Executive summary: My second daughter was born 2012-05-21 and since then I have been a bit busy tending to my family :) This means I am "back ...

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away. ..

Posted by mickem at 2012-05-26

For various reasons I don't want to go into right now I have been away last week and will probably be away for a while more... I will try to update a bit but don't expect to much in the neat future. .. Sorry ... // Michael Medin

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0.4.0!

Posted by mickem at 2012-05-09

I sort of sneaked out 0.4.0 last week in hopes of getting a bit of a slow start and have since fixed a few issues so I figured now is the time to get the rest of you on board. So finally after a years of vapor ware ...

I finally decided (as I need to start working on multiple versions) to switch to git as it has a slightly better workflow for that. This means in addition to browsing the source here locally you can now also enjoy the source over at: [https://github.com/mickem/nscp GitHub ...

''Build 153''' Almost starting to feel a bit pathetic but hopefully this means it will be a smoother release. So again '''please, please, please''' test! Anyways, The main fix is the does-not-start-on-boot which was due to a problem with the boost library I used to to thread/process communication (it ...

''Build 153''' Almost starting to feel a bit pathetic but hopefully this means it will be a smoother release. So again '''please, please, please''' test! Anyways, The main fix is the does-not-start-on-boot which was due to a problem with the boost library I used to to thread/process communication (it ...

''Build 153''' Almost starting to feel a bit pathetic but hopefully this means it will be a smoother release. So again '''please, please, please''' test! Anyways, The main fix is the does-not-start-on-boot which was due to a problem with the boost library I used to to thread/process communication (it ...

Hello, Another RC out now. Main focus for this one has been fixing bugs and making sure various things works. The good thing is I have now closed almost half the tickets (many of then was already fixed). And hence forth I plan to work more actively at closing defect ...

Just a quick heads up to let people know I am actually doing something. I got a bit of inspiration from someone asking about interfacing from dotnet and thought: Well, why the heck not...

 ? NSClient++ 0,4,0,140 2012-02-22 x64 booting... ... d Loading plugin: DotnetPlugin d Using factory: NSCP ...
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Updated Roadmap!

Posted by mickem at 2012-02-16

Just a quick shout to let everyone know I have updated the road map and classified all tickets (ish) as well as assigned them to 0.4.0, 0.4.1 and future. The idea with the next few versions are: milestone:0.4.0:: RC2 out now, release in ...

Yaay! Finally cleaned up and classified all tickets. This means you can now get an idea about when something will be fixed. Issues I think are mainly bugfixes and/or small changes have been set to 0.4.0 but I cannot guarantee that they will all be included. I ...

RC2 out finally ('''Built 134''')!. This is again long over due mainly as the target re factoring took 2 more weeks than anticipated. Well it is not really out it is building currently and I am an optimist assuming it will build ok meaning in a bit you can find ...

'''build 126''', 127 will be out later tonight whith some fixes to NSCA unit-tests. After years of vapor ware and many broken promises I can finally proudly pressent the first release candidate of NSCLient++ 0.4.0! So what can you expect you ask? Quite a lot in fact but ...