2007-09-19: Added section detailing which platforms are targeted.
This covers dialects of make and the like.
2007-09-15: We've grown a few more developers! Of particular interest:
Tobias has been working on supporting OpenBSD (especially to
allow TenDRA to build using its native make), and Kevin developing
more expressive features for Lexi.
2007-07-30: Lexi 1.3 is now released. This is a backwards-compatible release
intended for existing users only. This includes a freshly-written
user guide which was reverse-engineered from the source code.
The interfaces to Lexi are due to change dramatically in forthcoming
2007-07-09: Added Kevin Santugini's developers' guide for SID. This is our
first developer-orientated document!
2007-07-05: As a side-effect from work on a docbook-to-ConTeXt system I'm
writing elsewhere, the manpages are now available as PDF.
2007-07-05: A Status section has been added to the website, showing
architecture support and a roadmap of forthcoming
2007-06-02: Sid 1.10 is now released. This is the first stand-alone
version of Sid.
2007-05-24: In preparation for releasing sid, I've restructured
the way documentation is organised behind the scenes. One
side-effect of this is that both chunked output and single
pages are now available (see the documentation section).
The calculus manpage is also available now, too.
2007-05-21: Usually I wouldn't mention website changes as news,
however I think this is significant enough to count;
the website has been re-written, and the repository browsing
is now handled by SVN::Web instead of Trac.
A replacement for the ticket system will follow.
2007-05-07: Added lexi and sid manpages to the documentation
2007-04-26: After several years of development, asmodai has handed
over the TenDRA project - thank you for all the work!
It's now in my hands (hello, I'm Kate). Any problems now
are probably my fault.
2006-09-12: Added Robert Andrews' TenDRA Suite Purpose Overview in the
2006-08-13: Updated the tld documentation.
2006-08-12: Updated the sid documentation.
2006-04-27: Some belated Spring cleaning is going on within TenDRA. Expect
changes on all fronts. Also be advised that non-member postings to
mailinglists will be dropped.
2005-09-21: Hook Trac up to the website and replace all navigation links.
All Bugzilla content has been converted.
2005-09-16: Reworked the Guide to the TDF/ANDF Specification.
2005-08-05: Reworked the Calculus Users' Guide and TDF Diagnostic
Specification, as well as adding the OSIRI paper Validation of TenDRA
Capability to Implement a UNIX-like Operating System.
2005-04-19: Added the TenDRA Wiki. Please see the navigation menu.
2005-01-09: Added Danish mirror. Moved site to use XHTML 1.1. Added
byakugan-commit and akuma-commit lists.
2004-07-14: Import of dbx 3.4 from 4.4 BSD Alpha has been done as
2004-07-13: There is no longer a mailing list for the bmake program, since we
are now using Simon J. Garrety's bmake program. Mailing lists have been
created for: aphex-commit, tasm-commit, tlink-commit. TenDRA's build
framework is close to being rewritten completely.
2004-02-19: Three new mailing lists have been created: diff-commit,
grep-commit, and regex-commit. Please see the mailing list page for
more information on subscribing. Also note that the directory structure
has changed slightly. The snapshots and releases now have
subdirectories for the individual projects. Online repository browsing
is also possible. Please see the ViewCVS link.
2004-02-10: Added the calculus User's Guide, C Checker Reference Manual, sid
User's Guide, TDF Linker, TDF Notation Compiler, and tspec - An API
Specification Tool documentation conversions. All images with the
documentation should work now. A stopgap solution until I can replace
them with new high-quality ones.
2004-02-09: Quick conversion of PL_TDF's definition document is
online. TDF and portability, TDF's Token Register, TDF Specification,
and the tcc User's Guide are also online.
2004-02-08: Under the documentation section I have placed two quick and dirty
conversions of the original TenDRA documentation. Also the FAQ contains
2004-02-03: TenDRA commit email send out to tendra-commit. Follow-ups will
go to tendra-dev. Nightly snapshots are being made.
2004-01-19: The Bugzilla bugtracker is online. It doesn't look all that
spiffy yet and still has need of customisations, but that will gradually
change over the coming days and weeks. I am also working with the
Bugzilla and SVN teams to get SVN integration going so that reports get
updated/closed with the relevant commit information.