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CM3 5.8.6 RELEASE is available
The release contains packages for the following platforms:
AMD64_FREEBSD (built on FreeBSD 8.0-STABLE amd64)
AMD64_LINUX (Linux 2.6.26-2-amd64 x86_64)
FreeBSD6 (FreeBSD4 built on FreeBSD 6.4-RELEASE-p5 i386)
I386_DARWIN (built on Darwin 9.8.0 i386)
I386_OPENBSD (built on OpenBSD 4.6 i386)
LINUXLIBC6 (built on Linux 2.6.26-2-686 i686)
NT386 (built on Windows XP i386 msvc 9.0)
PPC_DARWIN (built on Darwin 8.11.0 Power Macintosh)
PPC_LINUX (built on Linux 2.6.26-2-powerpc ppc)
SOLgnu (built on SunOS 5.10 sun4u)
SOLsun (built on SunOS 5.10 sun4u)
SPARC32_LINUX (built on Linux 2.6.26-2-sparc64 sparc64)
CM3 5.8 Release Candidate 5 available
After several unforeseen problems with release candidates 3 and
4, finally release candidate 5 for the 5.8 release of CM3 is
available. Here are the links:
CM3 5.8 Release Candidate 2 available
The CM3 5.8 release is now nearing its completion. View the
download page for the current release candidate.
The release notes and
will be of interest for all who want to try it.
Several packages for RC2 are already available. See the
for information about the release engineering status.
Hudson-based CM3 Continuous Integration and Regression Test Framework
Continuous integration for all changes on the release branch
has been added via a distributed Hudson setup. After the
release is completed, this continuous build and test system
will be used for mainline development.
CM3 Regression Test Framework and Daily Snapshots
A regression test framework based on Tinderbox has been set
up. Currently only two target platforms are build nightly,
but more will be added. See the Tinderbox Page for details.
There also is a
package status page based on recent build results.
Nightly build installation archives for
several platforms are also available.
m3.org moved to modula3.org
The Modula-3 home has moved from www.m3.org to
www.modula3.org, which we believe is both a more intuitive name
and also consistent with the modula3 newsgroup. The server for
m3.org will be taken down soon; till then it provides a simple
forwarding service to this page.
The CM3 5.4.0 release is now available from the
announcement didn't make it into the 5.4.0 download archives,
but is available online.
There are now three Modula-3 mailing lists, concerned with
announcements, development, and CVS log messages of CM3 and
PM3. You can browse and search the mailing list archives at
CM3 5.2.6 has
been released. This release adds the PPC_LINUX target platform, a
new code generator based on gcc 3.2.3, and several bug
fixes and small extensions. Have a look at the RELNOTES_5_2_6
for details. CM3 5.2.6 also includes the errno fixes that make it
work together with glibc 2.3.2 (see below).
Ezm3 1.1 is now available! This new release includes an updated
code generator (based on gcc 3.2.1) which allows support of newer
platforms. This release adds support for FreeBSD/sparc64. It also
works correctly with Linux systems based on glibc 2.3.2,
including Red Hat 9, SuSE 8.2, and CRUX 1.1.
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