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Version 0.17 has been released

Added by J. Moringen over 1 year ago

Version 0.17 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

For a detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/74.

The release can be obtained from the "0.17" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.16 has been released

Added by J. Moringen about 2 years ago

Version 0.16 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

For a detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/58.

The release can be obtained from the "0.16" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.15 has been released

Added by J. Moringen over 2 years ago

Version 0.15 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

For a detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/56.

The release can be obtained from the "0.15" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.14 has been released

Added by J. Moringen almost 3 years ago

Version 0.14 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

For a detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/51.

The release can be obtained from the "0.14" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.13 has been released

Added by J. Wienke about 3 years ago

Version 0.13 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

Major issues addressed in this release are:
  • The build system can now automatically create container messages for a type via a special annotation.
  • New types (list)
  • As with every release, some types have been promoted from the sandbox domain to the stable domain (#2505) and some old types have been deprecated.

For a more detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/47.

The release can be obtained from the "0.13" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.12 has been released

Added by J. Wienke almost 4 years ago

Version 0.12 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

Major issues addressed in this release are:
  • New types (#2218, #2211, #2166)
  • As with every release, some types have been promoted from the sandbox domain to the stable domain (#2243)

For a more detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/42.

The release can be obtained from the "0.12" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.11 has been released

Added by J. Moringen over 4 years ago

Version 0.11 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

Major issues addressed in this release are:

For a more detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/41.

The release can be obtained from the "0.11" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.10 has been released

Added by J. Moringen about 5 years ago

Version 0.10 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

Major issues addressed in this release are:
  • As with every release, some types have been promoted from the sandbox domain to the stable domain (see #1689)
  • Documentation improvements (e.g. #1686, #1697, #1702, …)
  • Build system improvements (e.g. #1290, #1389, #1432, …)

For a more detailed list of fixed bugs, added features and other enhancements, see https://code.cor-lab.org/versions/11.

The release can be obtained from the "0.10" branches of the git repositories.

Version 0.9 has been released

Added by J. Wienke over 5 years ago

Version 0.9 of Robotics Systems Types has been released.

Major issues addressed in this release are:
  • The types from sandbox have been revised and established types have been transferred to the stable branch (according to the newly established process).
  • A converters project is now also available for python.
  • Documentation has been improved and types are now described in the manual.
  • Plugins with the rst converters are generated for the new rsb plugin system.

The full list of addressed issues is available here

The release can be obtained from the "0.9" branches of the git repositories.

Clarification for RST releases

Added by J. Wienke over 6 years ago

As there was some confusion about the releases and versions of RST and the news section here still missed a proper announcement, this news entry tries to summarize the changes during the last months.

Originally, RST started with explicitly no project versioning. This however, turned out to be hard to maintain and people requested versions to depend on. Therefore, we released version 1.0 as a first version just to have something people could depend on. This was once repeated with version 1.1 but still with the official policy that no versions exist. The rationale behind these decisions can still be found on this wiki page.

However, due to the predominant use of RST along with Robotics Service Bus and its existing versioning scheme, we finally decided that it would be beneficial to officially support versions of RST in line with the usual RSB/RSC versioning scheme. This creates a coherent picture of the RSx tools and shields client applications more successfully against changes to data types, as they can now officially depend on a stable version with policies of how changes are made to these released versions.

Unfortunately, RSB was at that point in time and still is way below a 1.1 release. Hence, the 1.0 and 1.1 versions of RST had to be declared as invalid afterwards.

To summarize:
  • Do not use versions 1.0 and 1.1 of RST
  • Use the current stable version 0.7

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