ChronoDB RELEASE NOTES
Copyright 2012 Hauser Olsson GmbH.
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ABOUT VERSION NUMBERS
Version numbers are in 3 parts: a major, a medium, and a minor number.
The major number is incremented very rarely, when the software is
modified in such a way that clients using it need to be recoded or even
redesigned. The medium number is incremented when modifications break
backward compatibility. For all other modifications, only the minor
number is incremented.
Version 1.0.0 — First stable version of ChronoDB released
ChronoDB, a Java database for time series, is released on SourceForge
The release consists of the following archives:
The first archive (core system binaries) is for use
by systems with their own implementation of the lower database layer,
for example NoSQL implementations. The second is a ready to use
JDBC implementation packaged together with the core system. The third
contains only sources.
- chronodb-1.0.0.jar (core system binaries)
- chronodb-jdbc-1.0.0.jar (core system + JDBC implementation binaries)
- chronodb-jdbc-1.0.0.source.jar (sources only)
An accompanying demo has been released.