Recently we released a new version of RSARTE: 10.2 2018.06. As usual the release is packed with new features, bug fixes and other improvements. Let's have a look at a few of the improvements.
A new command is available for quickly removing projects from the workspace without triggering time-consuming refactorings. This command helps you keep existing workspaces when you want to switch from working on one set of projects to another. The command is called Remove Model Projects, but can actually be used for removing all kinds of projects from the workspace.
The analysis of source dependencies in the model compiler has been improved so that dependencies that represent forward declarations now are skipped. This makes context sensitive library builds faster and more accurate.
The build variant feature, that has been experimental for several releases, is now declared non-experimental. We have completed our testing and updated some of the APIs and documentation. You can use build variants in order to build multiple variants of an application from the same TCs, and provide users with a customized and easy-to-use build user interface. The image at the top of this blog post show an example of what such a user interface can look like.
For more information about RSARTE 10.2 2018.06 please see this web page. Next release of RSARTE is expected around March 6.