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YAMI4 v. 1.1.0 - messaging solution for distributed systems

Maciej Sobczak
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I am pleased to announce that the new version of YAMI4, 1.1.0, has
been just released and is available for download.

This new version extends the coverage of supported programming
languages with a completely new Python3 module, which allows full
integration of built-in dictionary objects as message payloads. Thanks
to this level of language integration, the API is very easy to learn
and natural in use.
Please check code examples in the src/python/examples directory to see
complete client-server systems.

The users of other programming languages will also benefit from the
ability to transmit raw binary messages, which in addition to support
high-performance scenarios can be used as a hook for custom
serialization routines.

The API of the whole library was also extended a bit to allow better
control of automatic reconnection and to ensure low jitter in
communication involving many receivers even in case of partial system

Last but not least, a number of fixes and improvements have been
introduced - please see the changelog.txt file, which is part of the
whole package, for a detailed description of all improvements.

Maciej Sobczak *
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