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Here you will find the download packages ONLY. If you're looking for the documentation about how to start programming or other details, please visit the Documents page.
Any suggestions, questions or problems PLEASE report to scs-users (at) tecgraf.puc-rio.br. We'll be glad if you send us your experience/interest about SCS.



Stable

This is a frozen version of the SCS main code. This code is being used in production environments like the OpenBus middleware.
Note: The OpenBus Project releases all-in-one packages for all languages supported. In other words, SCS libraries (and its dependencies) are embedded in OpenBus's SDK packages.

IDL

Version

Platform

Dependencies

Link

1.2.0

Any

 

SCS-1.2.0-IDL

Java

ORB JacORB

 

 

 

 

Version

Platform

Dependencies

Link

Changelog

1.2.1.0

Sun JDK 1.5

Maven (for compilation only), Sun JDK 1.5

SCS-1.2.1.0-Java

1.2.1.0 Version Notes

Maven projects should depend on SCS Java artifacts available at our public repository: http://maven.tecgraf.puc-rio.br:8081/nexus

C#

ORB IIOP.NET

 

 

 

 

Version

Platform

Dependencies

Link

Changelog
1.2.1.3Windows.NET Framework 4.0, IIOP.NET 1.9.4.0scs-core-csharp-1.2.1.3-Release-AnyCPU.zip1.2.1.3 Version Notes
1.2.1.2Windows.NET Framework 4.0, IIOP.NET 1.9.3SCS-1.2.1.2-C#1.2.1.2 Version Notes
1.2.1.1Windows.NET Framework 4.0, IIOP.NET 1.9.3SCS-1.2.1.1-C# 

1.2.1.0

Windows

.NET Framework 3.5, IIOP.NET 1.9.0

SCS-1.2.1.0-C#

 

C++

ORB Mico

 

 

 

Version

Supported Platforms

Dependencies

Link

1.2.0.2Linux
Windows 

C++98 Compiler

ACE+TAO 6.3.0

Boost 1.51.0

Boost Build 2014-10

Jamfile tao-idl

Logger C++ v2

SCS-1.2.0.2-TAO-CPP

1.2.0.0

Linux26
Linux26_64
Linux26g4 (GCC 4.1.x)
Linux26g4_64 (GCC 4.1.x)
Linux24g3
Linux24g3_64
Windows vc9 32bits
SunOS510_64 (sunstudio 12.1)

MICO 2.3.13 (+TecGraf patches)

Boost 1.51.0

Boost Build 2014-10

Jamfile mico-idl

Logger C++ v2

SCS-1.2.0_0-CPP

1.2.0_0 Version Notes

Lua

ORB OiL 0.5

 

 

 

Version

Platform

Dependencies

Link

1.2.2_0

Lua 5.1

OiL 0.5

SCS-1.2.2_0-Lua

1.2.2_0 Version Notes

 

Past versions

Version 1.2.0

Package description

Dependencies

Link

IDL

Specific-language ORB

SCS_CORE_IDL_v1_02_00_2010_09_21.tar.gz

Source SDK C++

tecmake, gcc-3.4-runtime, Orbix 6.3 SP3 or Mico 2.3.13

 

Source SDK Java

sun-jdk-1.6 , jacorb-2.3.0

SCS_CORE_JAVA_v1_02_00_2010_11_09.tar.gz

Source SDK Lua

lua-5.1, oil-0.5

SCS_CORE_LUA_v1_02_00_2010_09_21.tar.gz

Version 1.0.1

Package description

Dependencies

Link

Binary SDK C++

tecmake, gcc-3.4-runtime, Orbix 6.3 SP3,

 

Binary SDK Java

sun-jdk-1.6 , jacorb-2.3.0

 

Binary SDK Lua

lua-5.1, oil-0.4

 

All source code

g++-3.4, ant, sun-jdk-1.6, jacorb-2.3.0, lua-5.1, oil-0.4

SCS_v1_00_01_2009_08_07.tar.gz


Experimental

Version deploysystem-0.4

This is a snapshot version of the SCS Deployment System.

Package description

Date released

Dependencies

Link

All source code

2010-10-20

ant, sun-jdk-1.6, jacorb-2.3.0, lua-5.1, oil-0.4

scs-deploysystem-0.4RC1.tar.gz

All source code

2009-09-29

ant, sun-jdk-1.6, jacorb-2.3.0, lua-5.1, oil-0.4

scs-deploysystem-0.4beta.tar.gz

Semester 2008.2 (for INF-2106 classes)

In July 2008, we released a version of the SCS package. In this version, we have made some changes to the Java implementation. Now, the name service, used to locate the ExecutionNode components, runs on a single node. All ExecutionNodes register themselves using this name service. The name bound to an ExecutionNode component is composed by the string "ExecutionNode-" and the IP address of the node where the component is running. For more information, please refer to the manual.

Package description

Dependencies

Link

Binary SDK Java

sun-jdk-1.5 , jacorb-2.3.0

 

Binary SDK Lua

lua-5.1, oil-0.4

 

All source code

make, sun-jdk-1.5, lua-5.1, oil-0.4

SCS-2008-2.tar.bz2

 


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This project is currently being maintained by Tecgraf at PUC-Rio and was funded earlier with grants from CAPES and CNPq.