Release Notes: This release fixes a few of minor issues with the graphical frontend, including proper display of point types read from existing models and the loading of some plant models created with older openTCS versions.
Release Notes: This release integrates the generic client into the plant overview for plugin-like extensibility, brings a couple of plugin-panels, unifies the look-and-feels of kernel and plant overview, and improves the plant overview client in general.
Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes issues with switching languages in the plant overview client, with cut-and-paste shortcuts while not in modelling mode, and with activating nonexistent vehicle drivers. Furthermore, it adjusts the layout/size of the driving course model selection dialog shown on kernel startup for some window managers/desktop environments on Unix systems.
Release Notes: This release improves the graphical user interface of the included plant overview client for visualization and modelling of driving courses. Parts of the GUI are now (un)dockable. Pluggable themes were added for the customization of the appearance of stations and vehicles. The manual has finally been translated to English (and will be maintained in this language from now on).
Release Notes: This release updates the included XML Schema definitions for the host interface. There are no functional changes.
Release Notes: This release updates the visualization client, including many bugfixes, usability improvements, and internationalization (English and German languages). It properly includes a vehicle's length when persisting/materializing a course model. It removes an erroneous JAXB annotation which led to an exception when trying to persist load generator input data in the generic client. It changes the startup scripts/batch files to look for extension JARs in lib/openTCS-extensions/ instead of lib/.
Release Notes: A major overhaul of the visualization client. Improved support for vehicle energy management. Improved parking and charging strategies. Improved handling of order sequences. A simple, preliminary implementation for collecting statistics data.
Release Notes: Support for processes spanning more than one transport order has been added, as well as (optional) automatic dispatching of vehicles to recharge their respective energy source. Some classes have been moved to other/new packages for easier management of the base library and package documentation. (The implied changes to the API provided by the base library should not require more than fixing a few imports, and hopefully help with keeping the API more stable in the future.)
Release Notes: This is the first Open Source release.