OpenFLUID 2.1.7 is available for download.
You may consult the complete release notes for full details about this new version.
This release does not bring many new features, it is mainly focused on improvement of robustness, compatibility with third party tools and libraries, and also performance.
An improvement to note is that the OpenFLUID framework and applications are now C++14 compliant. So it is required to use a C++14 compliant compiler in order to build the simulators, observers and builder-extensions. GNU GCC 5.3 is the minimal recommended version to use.
Notes for version 2.1.7
Weird buttons labels in main toolbar #798
Possible target names collision in CMake configuration for sim2doc #806
Syntax highlighting may be uncorrect for fancy styled comments (e.g. lines beginning with
Improvement of GDAL compatibility macros #807
Documentation of command line parser class
Dependencies checking in ROpenFLUID build process #791
Introduction of C++14 as the minimal standard for OpenFLUID core and scientific development
Introduction of generic layout for dialogs with messages #791
Major refactoring of FluidX descriptors to unify advanced and classic descriptors #798
Improvements in OpenFLUID support tools for Windows with better support of https connections
Improvements CMake configuration files to match new CMake policies
Improvements of internal tool for checking coding style