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10/19/1999
www.fargos.net is made visible via a FARGOS/VISTA™-based HTTP server.
12/12/1999
Site redesigned.
02/28/2000
FARGOS/SolidState™ demonstrations are made available from the download page.
03/10/2000
FARGOS/MultiManagement planning guide made available for download.
05/02/2000
Designed and hosted by Digital Instincts, the site www.alecbaldwin.com goes live using FARGOS/VISTA-based technology.
06/25/2000
Designed and hosted by Digital Instincts, the site www.vodusa.com goes live using FARGOS/VISTA-based technology.
08/24/2000
Sun Solaris 8 ports available.
10/11/2000
www.dmllc.com goes live using an integrated FARGOS/VISTA-based HTTP server, database and dynamic HTML generation, and suite of site management tools accessible via a web browser.
11/28/2000
To obtain stable operation, www.archiecomics.com converts from Apache under OpenBSD to a FARGOS/VISTA HTTP server. FARGOS Development's New York site goes off the air due to a cable break at the POP, never to be restored.
03/29/2001
The Northpoint bankruptcy causes their network to be shut down, taking FARGOS Development LLC's Michigan location with it.
06/20/2001
Version 3.0 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released on CD-ROM.
07/19/2001
Internet connectivity is finally restored to the Michigan site, returning the fargos.net and fargos.org domains back to service.
07/22/2001
New site design deployed.
08/09/2001
Version 3.0.2 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is made available from the download page.
11/15/2001
Version 3.3.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. New supported platforms include Sun Solaris 8 for Intel and Linux on the IBM System/390.
02/01/2002
Version 3.5.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released with level 1 and level 2 WebDAV support.
03/15/2002
Version 3.6 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. It includes the Distributed Starship game and a forced fix to the zlib compression library bug.
04/15/2002
Version 3.7.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. It now includes support for IPX/SPX transports and adds SMTP and POP3 servers as working examples.
06/03/2002
A Web Services Description Language compiler is added to the list of downloadable sample programs.
06/28/2002
Source code for an NNTP server and a persistent object database daemon are made available.
07/09/2002
Version 3.8.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released.
10/08/2002
Version 4.1.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. An enhanced version of FARGOS/SolidState is released in parallel.
12/31/2002
The FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released for the Sony PlayStation 2.
01/07/2003
Version 4.1.2 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released.
03/07/2003
Version 4.2.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. Documentation for FARGOS/VISTA C++ API's is now included in the SDK packages.
03/30/2003
Version 4.2.2 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. The Distributed Starship simulation is enhanced to support Macromedia Flash as a rendering engine alternative to Scalable Vector Graphics.
07/11/2011
Version 6.1.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. Windows releases are now cross-compiled under Linux and released using NSIS.
03/17/2012
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Hands of Time solver released as example.
04/16/2012
Version 6.3.1 of the FARGOS/VISTA Software Development Kit is released. BUG FIX for concatBits() on 64-bit Linux. SWF output by DrawingToSWF upgraded to version 7. SVG output in Distributed Starship simulator upgraded to SVG 1.1. OIL2 grammar extended to permit variables to be declared at initial assignment. Significant performance gains on x86 Linux, now over 222,000 threads created per second at 3.2 GHz.

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