OpenCell 0.7rc3 (Release candidate) (2010-03-12)

This is not a final release. Experimental releases should only be used for testing and development. Do not use these on production sites, and make sure you have proper backups before installing.

OpenCell 0.7rc3 includes support for drag and drop editing of connections and graph traces, multiline math input, improved renderings of parts of models, and experimental Fortran 77 code export.

For additional information about this project, please visit the overview page .

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Release Notes

Tested with libxml2.6.26
State Release candidate
License TRI
Release Manager Justin Marsh

OpenCell 0.7rc3 includes support for drag and drop editing of connections and graph traces, multiline math input, improved renderings of parts of models, and experimental Fortran 77 code export.

Change log

OpenCell 0.7 has a number of improvements

  • Connections between components and variables can be created through drag and drop.
  • Mulitline math input allows for multiple equations to be edited at once.
  • More information is conveyed in the interaction pane eg rendered variables show connection information and status.
  • Fortran 77 code export has been experimentally enabled.

There have also been a number of minor changes.

  • The first auto-fix option has been added to the validator; missing variables can be generated through a context menu option when validating a model.
  • Graph traces can be added or modified by dragging and dropping variables over the graph trace pane
  • Syntax highlighting has been disabled in the XML view; the XML view is now much more responsive.
  • Imported components can now be referenced correctly in the graph trace pane and in CSV output; encapsulated components are displayed hierarchically.
  • The 'format nicely' command works when a user is in the XML view.
  • A number of bugs with sessions have been fixed
  • A basic facility for users to create greasemonkey like scripts to alter the layout and behavior of OpenCell has been implemented.

For a complete list of closed tracker items, seehttps://tracker.physiomeproject.org/buglist.cgi?classification=CellML&chfieldto=2010-03-12&query_format=advanced&chfieldfrom=2009-04-04&bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=VERIFIED&bug_status=CLOSED&product=OpenCell