Release Notes: Various issues with docking were fixed. The implementation of EiffelBase was switched to now use FreeELKS by default.
Release Notes: This release adds some new debugger features, such as evaluation of procedures and a quick visualization of features that are melted or have a rescue clause in the call stack. This is also the first release that is able to compile FreeELKS directly. EiffelBase is still the default standard library, but will be phased out by FreeELKS in the final 6.0 release. Many bugfixes are included.
Release Notes: Various issues with the new docking version of EiffelStudio were fixed. The debugger can now show the computation status of once procedures. Crashes with EiffelBuild when generating a UI containing a combo box were fixed. Code generation was changed so that an application is destroyed when you destroy the last window.
Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs introduced in 220.127.116.1109. It fixes some runtime crashes with deep_twin of TUPLE objects and a 64/32-bit storable issue. It adds the ability to keep the debug layout during development.
Release Notes: Docking was added, which lets you configure the interface the way you want. The command line compiler supports internationalization. Both the UI and the command line compiler support Chinese, German, and English. (French and Russian are not yet complete.)
Release Notes: This is the first release with internationalization support. For now, it offers support for English and Chinese.
Release Notes: This is the first intermediate release of 6.0.
Release Notes: This is the first dual licensed version (both commercial and GPL). It has refactoring facilities (renaming and feature pull-up). A metric engine lets you define more advanced metrics. This is the first result of the new query engine. There is a UUID library for generating UUIDs, a process library for launching, waiting, and redirecting outputs of processes, and a configuration system that brings a new dimension to the way you manage multiple projects, and also simplifies it.
Release Notes: The compiler speed was increased. The debugger for .NET was improved. There were language extensions and improvements.
Release Notes: This version features feature enhancements and lots of bugfixes.