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Re: [escet-dev] Eclipse ESCET v0.6 released
  • From: Martijn Goorden <mgoorden@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2022 11:42:12 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: [escet-dev] Eclipse ESCET v0.6 released

I have prepared a text for version 0.6 that can be included in the next newsletter (I will convert the text to LaTeX when I send it to the editor, so I can include, e.g., the proper TM trademark). If you have comments on the text, feel free to let me know. 

Best, Martijn

Eclipse ESCET TM version 0.6 release

The Eclipse Supervisory Control Engineering Toolkit (Eclipse ESCET) project provides a model-based approach and toolkit for the development of supervisory controllers. It includes the languages CIF, Chi and ToolDef. ESCET, initially developed by Eindhoven University of Technology, is since spring 2021 an Eclipse Foundation open-source project. More information can be found on the tool’s website

In July 2022, ESCET version 0.6 is released and can be downloaded from The main changes in this version are
-	A new Design Structure Matrix (DSM) clustering tool is added.
-	In CIF invariants can be given a name. This can improve traceability with external requirement management systems.
-	A CIF benchmark models import wizard is added, including several benchmarking models, similar to the CIF examples import wizard.
-	The CIF data-based synthesis tool now warns about input models where plants refer to requirement state. The new functionality is enabled by default, but can be disabled using an option
-	The CIF data-based synthesis tool features the DCSH (DSM-based Cuthill-McKee-Sloan variable ordering Heuristic) algorithm as a new additional variable ordering algorithm. It is considered experimental for now, and therefore disabled by default, but can be enabled using an option.
The full ESCET release notes, including links to the language specific release notes and previous-version release notes, are available from

On 08/07/2022, 12.01, "escet-dev on behalf of Hofkamp, Albert" <escet-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of A.T.Hofkamp@xxxxxx> wrote:

    I think it's a good idea as well.

    It looks like the editor copy/pastes the same text each month, perhaps until the tool owners send an update. There is pretty much no change in the descriptions between different months (or even years).


    From: escet-dev <escet-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Dennis Hendriks <dh_tue@xxxxxxxxxxx>
    Sent: Friday, July 8, 2022 10:05
    To: escet developer discussions
    Subject: Re: [escet-dev] Eclipse ESCET v0.6 released

    Hi Martijn,

    My thouhts: Why not. Can't hurt.


    Van: escet-dev <escet-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> namens Martijn Goorden <mgoorden@xxxxxxxxx>
    Verstuurd: vrijdag 8 juli 2022 07:17
    Aan: escet developer discussions <escet-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
    Onderwerp: Re: [escet-dev] Eclipse ESCET v0.6 released


    With the new release of the latest version of ESCET, I was thinking about the following. The IEEE Control Systems Society Technical Committee on Discrete Event Systems distributes each month a newsletter to those subscribed to it, see<> for the archive of the newsletters. This newsletter is mainly distributed to researchers and includes a news section on tools. It might also be interesting for us to include a release announcement for ESCET when we have a new (or only major) version available.

    I’m curious to know the thoughts of others from our ESCET community.



    From: escet-dev <escet-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Ferdie Reijnen <ferdie.reijnen@xxxxxxxxx>
    Reply to: escet developer discussions <escet-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
    Date: Thursday, 7 July 2022 at 18.45
    To: escet developer discussions <escet-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
    Subject: [escet-dev] Eclipse ESCET v0.6 released

    Hi all,

    I just released v0.6:


    And here are the permalinks:


    Note that mirrors may still need to sync, so downloads may be a bit slower until then.

    Kind regards,

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