Release Notes: This is a bugfix-release: it solves a serious problem in loading project files with plugged hardware drivers and adds a missing file to the Ubuntu DEB package.
Release Notes: This version offers new plug-ins for the USB-UIRT IR transceiver, the GSV2 measuement amplifier, and the JoyWarrior accelerometer. But the most important new feature is an architectural extension: now plug-ins that access external hardware no longer need to be part of the visualization (the GUI layer) but can be positioned on lower levels directly above the hardware they're controlling. This allows a clearer and more modern structure of OpenAPC projects according to the OSI Layer Reference Model and gives the possibility to collect data from hardware connected to different computers via a network.
Release Notes: This is a service release. It does not offer any new features, but fixes several bugs and corrects many glitches.
Release Notes: Besides several smaller improvements and corrections, the major new feature of this release is support for touch-controlled HMIs. When an input element is selected by the user and no real keyboard can be used, the software displays an on-screen keyboard or numpad automatically, which allows entering data.
Release Notes: Beside several smaller bugfixes, enhancements, and new plug-ins, this version now offers full user management: the layout of an HMI can be designed to look different and to offer different access possibilities depending on the role that was defined for a user. So after login of a managed user, the visual elements are changed depending on the privileges of this user.
Release Notes: This version contains new elements like plug-ins for static pipes, a driver for a Wafer Handling Robot, and some useful logic elements. The user interface is extended by Radio Button and Checkbox elements (they can be put into mutual exclusion groups now) as well as the Toggle Button. Another new UI element is the Stacked Pane, which allows automated switching between different panels. As a major improvement, interpreters for LUA and IL (Instruction List) have been added that can dock to the Interlock Server, manipulate the whole system from there, and can be used as some kind of PLC.
Release Notes: This version fixes an ugly bug in Linux software variants that could cause a crash on some specific GUI updates, offers some new plug-ins for GPS- and WLAN-based geolocation, and comes with a completely new feature: the Interlock Server. This process data server can be used to implement software interlocks, handle automatic sequences, or do any other control tasks out of your own applications.
Release Notes: This is the first final release. The main application does not have any new features, but several important bugs were fixed. New plug-ins have been added for accessing the AVR Net-IO controller board, for mathematical calculations, and to create 2D graphs out of collected data.
Release Notes: This release candidate contains several bugfixes and some smaller enhancements. New plug-ins have been added like an HTTP client, a symbol button, an AS-i bus connector, and others.
Release Notes: This is the last beta version. It includes several new internal flow elements (flip-flops, counter, etc.) and external plug-ins (MySQL/PostgreSQL access, data compression, laser marking interfaces, etc.). The debugger was extended to watch and to change the output values of flow elements during their execution.