The version 2.1.10 of OpenFLUID is currently being finalized and will be released as installable packages in few weeks.
This version brings some useful improvements such as the ability to colorize simulators in OpenFLUID-Builder, the execution of external tools from OpenFLUID-Devstudio, or the support of 3D geometries when integrating spatial data from GIS.
You may consult the lists of changes below for details.
This version 2.1.10 will be the last in the cycle of versions 2.1.xx. 🏁
It is also preparing the 2.2.xx release cycle which will bring strong improvements on which we are already working on 🧪, such as the native use of GIS data in input datasets, the easy sharing of source codes between simulators, or the modernization of the platform’s simulation engine.
Introduction of parameter for floating point format in CSV observer #650
Inconsistent behaviour when saving empty values for model parameters #897
Ability to choose a color for each simulator or generator, applied to the background or the border in graphical view #825
3D geometries are now correctly handled in map view and in GIS data import #887
Refactoring of memory management UI in the run configuration #916
Inconsistent path separator for command line simulation mode on Windows systems #905
Empty values of attributes when importing data from GIS can be managed #913
Introduction of user external tools that can be launched according to file or workspace context #921
Entries in contextual menu of the file explorer to copy the full or relative path of a file or folder #910
Source code of provided examples of wares can be opened and edited #841
“Open in terminal” feature does not work on Windows systems #946
Add of an option to format the reporting of wares (JSON is currently the only format available) #922
Ability to launch simulations as an external process to avoid potential R processes inclusion in some cases #941
Modifications on projects related functions in ROpenFLUID for better understanding of their usage #942
Crash if names list is empty when getting parameters or attributes #944
Documentations of provided examples are built and installed #840
Add of BUILD_PATH command line option when building ROpenFLUID package #943
Ensure compatibility with MacOS 10.15 (Catalina) #918
Minor documentation update
As it is not maintained, the openfluid-landr library is not built by default anymore to avoid frequent build problems #912
Improvements in compiler and operating systems compatibility #947
Various code improvements and code cleaning