What's new in GT.M 6.0-003:August 10th, 2013
- Adds IPv6 support for TCP connections. All GT.M uses of TCP/IP except the deprecated "TCP" devices use TCP over both IPv4 and IPv6.
- Maintains $KEY for terminal operation and introduces the [NO]EMPT[ERM] device parameter for terminal devices, which allows an "erase" character to terminate a READ when there are no characters in the input buffer.
- Improves critical section management and deadlock detection.
- Simplifies operational management.
- Provides a number of other enhancements, improvements in robustness, and bugfixes.
What's new in GT.M 6.0-002:May 8th, 2013
- GT.M 6.0-002 and the new GTMJI GT.M Java plugin together extend the usefulness of both GT.M and Java by enabling in-process calls between Java and M application code.
- Together, they make the power of GT.M available to Java application code, and allow GT.M applications to access functionality written in a popular programming language.
- 6.0-002 implements the changes within GT.M needed to allow access from and to Java application code, and GTMJI enables Java application code to call and be called by M code.
- GTMJI is released as source code to be compiled and installed on each system.
What's new in GT.M 6.0-001:January 10th, 2013
- This version adds a number of useful enhancements to GT.M.