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Ken Treis has started work on a MockGemStone package that provides implementations for a couple of the Rc classes discussed in GemStone 101:Transaction Conflicts. The package can be loaded into a Squeak image and the classes can be used to develop a Seaside application in Squeak that will run in both GemStone and Squeak environments.

To the extent that any tool set is ever actually done, I’m glad to say that the GemStone tools for GLASS are done. It has been a long haul, but I’m feeling real good about the state of the tools. I will write up a Terse Guide to the GLASS Tools in the next day or so to give you an idea of what to expect.

In order for you to actually get a look at the new tools you’ll have to wait for Version 2.2.4 of GemStone/S 64 or download a new version of the Seaside Appliance.

Version 2.2.4 is due to be released this Friday. We’re in the final stages of QA for this release and so far we are on track to make the date.

Once 2.2.4 goes out the door, we will build the new version of the appliance. It should be available next week. If you have been using an older version of the appliance, it is highly recommended that you download the new version. If you haven’t played with the appliance yet and have 64bit hardware drop us an email to get download instructions.

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