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This section lists the changes between Esper releases. The changes introduced in each release are split into the following categories.
- API changes: Any changes to the API that may impact existing users.
- Major changes: Major new features.
- Minor changes: Smaller changes and bug fixes.
Released January 30, 2017
Released August 29, 2016
Released June 29, 2016
Released October 21, 2015
Released September 18, 2015
Released April 27, 2015
Released November 19, 2014
Released Oct. 1, 2014
Released August 20, 2014
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Released May 6, 2014
Released January 28, 2014
Released January 13, 2014
Released July 9, 2013
Bug fix release for version 4.6.1, released December 6, 2012
Bug fix release for version 4.6.0, released November 16, 2012
Released November 9, 2012
Released September 26, 2012
Released March 12, 2012
Released April 27, 2011
Released January 19, 2011
Released October 18, 2010
Released July 27, 2010
- Enhancements release; Esper for .NET - feature equivalent to Esper 3.4.0 with the exception of IO adapters
- All new featues of Esper 3.4
- The DLL has been split into an API DLL and a runtime DLL: NEsper.dll and NEsper.Runtime.dll
Released March 8, 2010
- All changes for Esper 3.3
- MonitorLock, MonitorSpinLock
- Default timeout now uses BaseLock.MLockTimeout
- IDisposable instance is singleton reducing heap fragmentation.
- HighResolutionPerformanceProvider changed to use double instead of decimal for calculation. Faster performance with no notable degradation.
- Benchmark performance improved from 1.3 million EPS to 3.6 million EPS.
Released Jan. 26, 2010
- Fixed bug ESPER-436.
- Fixed bug ESPER-437.
- Fixed bug ESPER-438.
- Fixed bug ESPER-442.
- Added BlitReaderWriterLock as a configurable option.
Released Jan. 2, 2010
Released Sept. 15, 2009
Released August 3, 2009
- Esper for .NET - feature equivalent to Esper 3.0.0
- The Destroy() method has been changed to Dispose(). Of course this implies that the objects now implement IDisposable ... so if you have language bindings, now you can use them.
- The statement listeners have been augmented by true EventHandlers (delegates). So you don't need to implement an interface and you don't need to use proxies from previous versions.
- Feature equivalent with Esper 3.0.0
- XML support is now a part of NEsper. Includes XML schema normalization and XPath.
- The strict Map requirement has been replaced with a general infrastructure for handling IDictionary - if you choose not to use that structure, but instead use IDictionary it will now do automatic translation under the covers for you.
- Full support for string indexing was added to NEsper (the Java version doesn't support this).
Released September 27, 2008
Released June 3, 2008
Released February 16, 2008
- Feature equivalent with Esper 1.12.0
- Improved support for SQL and database access
- Includes benchmark kits
Released September 22, 2007
- Refactoring effort in Esper between 1.3 and 1.4
- Refactoring effort in Esper between 1.4 and 1.10
- Addition of database support to NEsper via ADO.NET
- Addition of parameter style support do address quirks in the ADO.NET parameter model
- Addition of dynamic code generation to access properties and fields
- Conversion of ReaderWriterLock to FastReaderWriterLock -- implementation flaw in CLR
- Includes NEsperIO as a port of EsperIO 1.10.0
Released June 13, 2007
- Conversion of Esper to the CLR.
- Most of the method names have had their canonization changed to reflect .NET coding conventions.
- Database support has been dropped in this release until we can address positional parameters in ADO.NET.
- Many of the interfaces used in Esper have been changed to delegates in NEsper.
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