We have recently released new versions of RSARTE 10.2 and 10.3 following the completion of sprint 2018.36. Let's look at some of the highlights of these releases.
Our extended summer sprint 2018.33 is finished and the result is a new version of RSARTE 10.2 that now is available for download. We also, for the first time, now deliver an experimental version of RSARTE 10.3 which is built for Eclipse Photon. It contains all features from RSARTE 10.2, including an updated EGit integration for the latest version of EGit.
Today we release a new version of RSARTE 10.2. In this blog post I will share with you some of the improvements done in this release.
Today we release a new version of RSARTE 10.2 following the completion of sprint 2018.24. Here is a brief overview of some of the most important improvements in this release.
A new sample model is now available. The model represents a traffic light and is a complete, though very simple, application that can be used as a means of learning RSARTE, or as a basis for your own applications.
A new version of RSARTE is now available. You can download it here. As usual the release is packed with new enhancements and bug fixes. Let's have a look at a few of them.
This week we released a new version of RSARTE, which can be downloaded from here. Let's look at some of the highlights of this release.
The Model Debugger now supports model breakpoints. You can set model breakpoints on states, transitions and ports, and the debugged application will stop when hitting such a breakpoint. To avoid confusion we also removed from the Model Debugger user interface the commands for setting regular code-level breakpoints in generated code. Use the normal CDT functionality for setting such breakpoints.
A new version of RSARTE is now available for download. Here are some noteworthy enhancements in this release:
After thorough testing and performance measurements we are happy to announce that the latest version of Eclipse (4.7.3, a.k.a. Oxygen 3) now is recommended to be used with RSARTE. This new version of Eclipse contains many bug fixes, in particular in CDT.
Starting from today, RSARTE 2018.12 is now ready for download. Here are a few of the highlights of this new release.
It is now easier to work with redefined code snippets. The Code view and Code editor more clearly tells you when a code snippet is redefined, and then provides a hyperlink for navigating to the inherited code snippet in the base class. Also, the commands for "re-inheriting" (i.e. removing a redefinition) are now available in the Project Explorer context menu. Previously they were only available in diagrams.
If you frequently modify generated C++ code outside RSARTE, you can propagate the changes made back to the model. You can do it using a special command which runs code-to-model synchronization, it is present in the context menu of a transformation configuration in the Project Explorer, as well as on a generated target project.
The latest version of RSARTE, released yesterday, is called 10.2 2018.09. Let's look at some of the many news in this release.
You can debug execution of a generated real time application using the model debugger (see the picture above). The feature is an evolution of the "model execution" feature that has been around for a while. You can now launch model debug sessions more easily by means of context menu commands that are available on the transformation configurations. We also did several usability improvements in the user interface. The model debugger is an experimental feature that we will continue to improve over the next coming releases.