It has been almost three years since the last blog post. Sorry for the hiatus!
A lot has happened in Emdros-land in the interim. We'll cover some of the things that have happened in future posts.
Emdros version 3.4.0 has been released. This is the first public release in almost three years. Development has been very active, however, and several of you have been receiving updates by simply requesting them.
You can find the source code and binaries via this link:
For a number of years, I have had a proprietary extension to Emdros which makes an attempt at encrypting SQLite 3 databases that are used with Emdros. The encryption isn't strong, and is meant as an attempt at fooling "most people", not including professional cryptographers. Thus it is primarily ...
Emdros uses, internally, a data structure known as a "Skip List". It is basically a glorified linked list, with randomization applied to make it look somewhat like a balanced binary tree. It's efficient both space-wise and time-wise for a range of problems, though it often cannot beat a really ...
I've successfully compiled Universal binaries of wxWidgets 2.8.12 on Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) that work with Mac OS X 10.4 and later.