- AutoCommit and AutoMigrate features added to GLASS tools. If you ever do something that is truly experimental, you can turn off AutoCommit, but in the majority of cases you should be using AutoCommit. With AutoCommit turned on, the system will perform a commit after every UI action that can change state. In the Code and Monticello browsers that means there are commits after virtually every operation. In a workspace, a commit is performed after the expression is evaluated (doIt, printIt, inspectIt, etc.).
- Seaside2.8.1 merged in (Seaside2.8a1-lr.541).
- Refactored the Exception hierarchy for GemStone-specific exceptions.
You can get more information by reading the comments in the package history.
The 220.127.116.11 release of GemStone/S delayed the work towards releasing a new version of the appliance based on 2.3 beta, but we should have a 2.3 beta build done later today and the new version of appliance should be available early next week.