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/diffs/ACE+TAO:

_DIR: 7.0.0_vs_7.0.1 (15 Mar 20:56, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.12_vs_7.0.0 (25 Jan 20:21, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.11_vs_6.5.12 (27 Oct 22:19, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.10_vs_6.5.11 (17 Aug 2020, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.9_vs_6.5.10 (1 Jul 2020, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.8_vs_6.5.9 (1 May 2020, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.7_vs_6.5.8 (10 Feb 2020, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 6.5.6_vs_6.5.7 (22 Nov 2019, directory)
ACE is an object-oriented (OO) C++ framework for developing high-performance, distributed real-time and embedded systems. TAO ("The ACE ORB") is a standards-based, CORBA middleware framework that allows clients to invoke operations on distributed objects without concern for object location, programming language, OS platform, communication protocols and interconnects, and hardware.
Source code changes report.

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