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mm 1.1.3-3



  RPMs Built and Announced at about Thu Sep 21 2000.

   mm-1.1.3-3.i386.rpm                                30018
   mm-devel-1.1.3-3.src.rpm                           14502
   mm-1.1.3-3.src.rpm                                 144073

   Main archive is located at ftp://ftp.falsehope.com/home/gomez/mm
   Also sent to ftp://incoming.redhat.com/libc6/

   Mirror locations and build machine information listed below.

   RPMs are built with rpm version 3.0.5 on RedHat 6.2 plus updates.

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Name        : mm                           Relocations: (not relocateable)
Version     : 1.1.3                             Vendor: Ralf S. Engelschall
<rse engelschall com>
Release     : 3                             Build Date: Thu Sep 21 16:57:14
2000
Install date: Thu Sep 21 17:20:12 2000      Build Host: css5.cs
Group       : Libraries                     Source RPM: mm-1.1.3-3.src.rpm
Size        : 51081                            License: BSD-style,
OpenSource
Packager    : Edward S. Marshall <emarshal logic net>
URL         : http://www.engelschall.com/sw/mm/
Summary     : Shared Memory Abstraction Library
Description :
The MM library is a 2-layer abstraction library which simplifies the usage
of
shared memory between forked (and this way strongly related) processes under
Unix platforms. On the first layer it hides all platform dependent
implementation details (allocation and locking) when dealing with shared
memory segments and on the second layer it provides a high-level malloc(3)-
style API for a convenient and well known way to work with data-structures
inside those shared memory segments.

The library is released under the term of an open-source (BSD-style) license
because it's originally written for a proposed use inside next versions of
the Apache webserver as a base library for providing shared memory pools to
Apache modules (because currently Apache modules can only use heap-allocated
memory which isn't shared accross the pre-forked server processes). The
requirement actually comes from comprehensive modules like mod_ssl, mod_perl
and mod_php which would benefit a lot from easy to use shared memory pools.
Mostly all functionality (except for shared locks in addition to exclusive
locks and multi-segment memory areas instead of single-segment memory areas)
is already implemented and the library already works fine under FreeBSD,
Linux and Solaris and should also adjust itself for most other Unix
platforms
with it's GNU Autoconf and GNU Libtool based configuration and compilation
procedure.
* Thu Sep 21 2000 Henri Gomez <hgomez slib fr>

- Patche shtool which generate bad libso name

* Tue Jul 25 2000 Henri Gomez <hgomez slib fr>

- RPM reworked and ajust build in RPM
  RPM splitted now in mm and mm-devel (à la gd or openssl)

* Thu Jul 06 2000 Troels Arvin <troels arvin dk>

- update to 1.1.3

* Fri May 26 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak megaloman sk>

- update to 1.1.2
- added URL to spec
- %doc slightly changed

* Wed Feb 09 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak megaloman sk>

- build root changed from '/tmp/...' to '/var/tmp/...'
- added vendor
- RPM_OPT_FLAGS passed to CFLAGS

Name        : mm-devel                     Relocations: (not relocateable)
Version     : 1.1.3                             Vendor: Ralf S. Engelschall
<rse engelschall com>
Release     : 3                             Build Date: Thu Sep 21 16:57:14
2000
Install date: Thu Sep 21 17:20:19 2000      Build Host: css5.cs
Group       : Development/Libraries         Source RPM: mm-1.1.3-3.src.rpm
Size        : 28152                            License: BSD-style,
OpenSource
Packager    : Edward S. Marshall <emarshal logic net>
URL         : http://www.engelschall.com/sw/mm/
Summary     : development files for mm.
Description :
The MM library is a 2-layer abstraction library which simplifies the usage
of
shared memory between forked (and this way strongly related) processes under
Unix platforms. On the first layer it hides all platform dependent
implementation details (allocation and locking) when dealing with shared
memory segments and on the second layer it provides a high-level malloc(3)-
style API for a convenient and well known way to work with data-structures
inside those shared memory segments.

This package contain files that are needed to develop applications which use
the MM shared memory library.
* Thu Sep 21 2000 Henri Gomez <hgomez slib fr>

- Patche shtool which generate bad libso name

* Tue Jul 25 2000 Henri Gomez <hgomez slib fr>

- RPM reworked and ajust build in RPM
  RPM splitted now in mm and mm-devel (à la gd or openssl)

* Thu Jul 06 2000 Troels Arvin <troels arvin dk>

- update to 1.1.3

* Fri May 26 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak megaloman sk>

- update to 1.1.2
- added URL to spec
- %doc slightly changed

* Wed Feb 09 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak megaloman sk>

- build root changed from '/tmp/...' to '/var/tmp/...'
- added vendor
- RPM_OPT_FLAGS passed to CFLAGS



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Unix is like a tipi -- no Gates, no Windows, and an Apache inside. 





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