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Eclipse Titan 6.2.0 release announcement [message #1766406] Wed, 21 June 2017 07:44
Elemer Lelik is currently offline Elemer LelikFriend
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Dear all,

We would like to announce that version CRL 113 200/6 R2A (6.2.pl0) of Titan was released.

This version has the following new features:

•             new compiler options:
              -J:  Compiler (and xsd2ttcn, makefilegen) option to read input files list from a text file
              -N:  ignore UNTAGGED encoding instruction on top level unions (legacy behaviour)
•             support of encvalue/decvalue for ASN.1 types
•             support for implicit call of PER codec external functions
•             implemented:  ports with translation capability
•             support for concatenation of templates
•             implemented 'any from' clause and index redirects with the use of the @index modifier (see standard, chapters 21-23)
•             support for dynamic erroneous attributes
•             implemented @fuzzy support
•             support for external functions for decmatch and @decoded
•             makefilegen more restrictive on name attribute of the referenced project
•             makefilegen: remove generated headers dependency from all .c .cc files  
   (This will revert the following bugs: Bug 499963 - The generated Makefile does not make full build 
    when -j switch is present ; Bug 512688 - makefilegen: Incorrect .c and .cc compiling rule )
•             XER: allow anytype to be xer enc/decodable
•             JSON 'as value' attribute extended for records/sets with one field and for the anytype
•             "make archive" button in Eclipse
•             support for "make port" command in Eclipse 
•             plug-in dependencies have been changed to Jung 2.1, Google Guava 21.0 instead of Jung 2.0 and Apache Common Collections.

and more.

The latest Titan binaries for a number of Linux platforms and the updated documentation can be downloaded from:

Binaries can be also built from the latest source code (or the source tagged with 6.2.0) available at

With best regards,

Elemer Lelik
on behalf of the Titan Developer Team

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