Deep Sky Technologies, Inc. has released a maintenance update for TCP Deux, bringing it to version 1.0.3, and an update for BASh, bringing it to version 1.6.2. TCP Deux is a 4th dimension component which provides cross-platform TCP wrappers for different TCP plugins. The update fixes serialization bugs. BASh is a 4D utility now updated to include 24 new methods and an expanded manual. According to Deep Sky Technologies:
Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., today announced the full release of TCP Deux v1.0.3 for Macintosh. TCP Deux is a 4th Dimension component which provides cross-platform TCP wrappers for different TCP plugins available for 4th Dimension. The plugins supported within TCP Deux include 4D Internet Commands v6.7.x, Internet ToolKit v2.0.x, and Internet ToolKit v2.5.x.
This maintenace release provides a couple of minor bug fixes within the component, especially related to the serialization of the component. As well, significant improvements have been made to the internal routines used for accessing and managing the TCPd Streams Stack.
Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., today announced the release of BASh v1.6.2 for Macintosh. BASh is a 4th Dimension component which provides extensive utility functionality for 4D programmers, including a dynamic stack space module for reusing variable space, encoding and cryptography routines, and much, much more.
BASh v1.6.2 contains 24 new methods and 2 new modules. All total, the BASh component now consists of 328 methods across 27 modules of code. The manual is over 380 pages long and describes every single method call in detail. The manual has been redone completely and now includes a complete bookmark listing throughout the PDF.
You can find more information about TCP Deux and BASh at the Deep Sky Technologies, Inc. Web site. TCP Deux 1.0.3 is available for US$195.00, and BASh 1.6.2 is available as peepware.