More news ;) (2008/06/30)
Many things have happened during the last year, but I have been too busy to keep this page updated, for the moment you can visit NineTimes for news about 9P, Plan 9, Inferno and related stuff.
I’m still keeping the the implementations and applications pages more or less up to date, and I might post here about the new items there at some point (first I need to migrate this page to one that is easier to maintain and with a rss feed and so on).
Web9 Google Summer of Code project (2007/06/18)
The php part of the project is almost ready, and work on the JS side is starting, for more info see http://gsoc.cat-v.org/projects/web9/, you can check out the code from the mercurial repository here: http://gsoc.cat-v.org/hg/.
New 9p.scm (2007/06/18)
Neale has released a 9P implementation in Scheme. I will add it to the implementations table shortly.
New acme-sac release: 0.9.5 (2007/06/15)
Caerwyn announced a new release of acme-sac:
Changes this past week include integrating factotum into more tools and improving the mail support. There's still a lot of work that can be done here, so will likely continue to be an area of activity.
There are two other new sites at cat-v.org: harmful.cat-v.org dedicated evil ideas and technologies (I would love if someone wants to write an article about NFS, FUSE or SOAP for it, if nobody does I will eventually get to it, but it will take time) and gsoc.cat-v.org dedicated to the Inferno and Plan 9 participation in Google Summer of Code.
Added to the documentation section Charles Forsyth’s excellent paper ‘The Ubiquitous File Server in Plan 9’.
r9p 0.4 (2007/03/21)
Kris Maglione has announced the release of version 0.4 of r9p, a new Ruby 9P implementation under a MIT license.
Charles Forsyth has released a threaded client 9P library in Java.
ocaml-9p 0.3.3 (2007/03/16)
Announcement of new release of ocaml-9p (formely known as ocaml-ixp).
Ruby-IXP 2.0.0 (2007/03/07)
A new release of Ruby-IXP is out. You can download it here.