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.
Eclipse cheat sheets are task-based interactive tutorials that can be a good way to learn about new or existing functionality. This release of RSARTE includes a first cheat sheet for learning about basic RSARTE features and scenarios. It covers core concepts such as capsules, state machines, composite structures, transformation configurations and model debugging. The cheat sheet makes use of the new Traffic Light sample.
The model compiler now supports custom path maps when building from the command-line. A new command-line option --pathmap can be used, and it takes a JAR file as argument. RSARTE provides a new button in the UML Development preference page which makes it easy to generate such a JAR file containing the same path maps that have been defined in the IDE.
For more information about RSARTE 10.2 2018.24 please see this web page.