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#SNMP Design: CrossRoad Release Notes

Last release is TwinTower 1.5 on Jan 17.

This release takes more than three months and please grab a copy from here,

http://sharpsnmplib.codeplex.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=15118

It contains the following changes (bug fixes are not listed, so please check our issue tracker for information):

  1. * browser and compiler are now under MIT license.
  2. * SnmpDataFactory is now DataFactory.
  3. - Silverlight port is obsolete due to too many missing things in SL2.
  4. + TraceSource is used for logging.
  5. + new constructors added in ISnmpData derived classes.
  6. * ISnmpMessage is no longer derived from ISnmpPdu.
  7. - ToBytes method in ISnmpData derived classes are now obsolete.
  8. - TypeCode is removed from ISnmpMessage.
  9. + Unity is used in browser and compiler.
  10. + Objects property is added in Manager.
  11. * table OID validation process is disabled temporarily.
  12. + notification panel is added in browser.
  13. * sample projects are improved.
  14. + #SNMP MIB compiler is added and enhanced.
  15. + Listener component is added.
  16. - TrapListener component is obsolete.
  17. * API changes are introduced to match RFC 1448.
  18. + walk operation now makes use of GET BULK for SNMP v2 calls.
  19. + command line version of SNMP utilities are added, such as snmpget, snmpset, and snmpgetnext.
  20. * SharpSnmpLib.dll is split to three parts: SharpSnmpLib.dll, SharpSnmpLib.Mib.dll, and SharpSnmpLib.Controls.dll.
  21. + Discoverer component is added.
  22. + IP v6 support is added and tested.
  23. + MS Help 2 version of class references is shipped.
  24. * Many patches from Chris are merged so as to tune performance. There must be a few items I missed. If you meet any incompatible issues (from 1.5 to 2.0), please feel free to let me know via our discussion board.

+ for new features * for changed features - for obsolete or removed features

Notice:

Obsolete items are to be removed post this release. So please follow the advice to move away from them.

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