Posted by Ken Farmer, Tuesday October 31 2006 @ 04:50PM EST
An updated version of the TIPC demo package is now available for users of Linux TIPC 1.5 and 1.6. The package has now been generalized to allow it to build easily for both versions of TIPC, not just TIPC 1.5.
The TIPC project is an Open Source implementation of the Transparent Inter Process Communication (TIPC) protocol. TIPC is designed for use in clustered computer environments, allowing designers to create applications that can communicate quickly and reliably with other applications regardless of their location within the cluster. The TIPC protocol originated at the telecommunications manufacturer, Ericsson, and has been deployed in their products for years; it has now been released to the Open Source community and is gaining acceptance in an increasing number of fields world-wide.
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