Release Notes: This release adds the new generator, ReverseJNI, which builds a Java wrapper for native libs. It also improves the diagram editor using Graphics2D when available and the Java and XSD parsers.
Release Notes: In this version, the major new feature is multiple outputs, so you can produce more than one file. Another feature is an ant task to run alma (so that alma can be controlled from build.xml). Many things have been improved.
Release Notes: This release provides a new target for Ruby and support for JRuby. The C/C++ parser has been improved, the Lisp target is now CLOS-compliant, and the support for programming by contract is better. There are many more changes, including new bugs.
Release Notes: This release provides two new targets: Jasmin, an assembler, and DjaPaquets, for package dependencies. Some support for external tools was added. Bug fixes and various improvements were made.
Release Notes: This release provides some new features, such as antialiassing, two new targets (Dependency and Formal), and the ability to load/save entire projects in XML. It also improves Java parsing and a lot of minor other things.
Release Notes: This new release brings the target SrcHtml to produce HTML from any source code, a support for XSD (XML Schema, parser and generator, alpha status), a font selector for diagrams, and some bug fixes. The source code has been completely reorganized.
Release Notes: Better HTML generation (a la JavaDoc), better C++ generation, minor changes in the diagram editor, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This new release of Alma adds two parsers for JSP and TAGLIB files (Java Server Page). It has better generation for C++ and XMI and fixes some bugs. The GUI and the explorer were also improved.
Release Notes: Support for Explorer, Rebol, and Model, and new RPM and SLP packages.