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Minor release with Eclipse Oxygen. Focus on quality, robustness, and Arm64 support. Also adds Port Forwarding/Tunnelling and WebSockets support.
For details see https://wiki.eclipse.org/TCF/NewIn15
This release of UML2 includes a number of enhancements to better support the community. The New and Noteworthy items for Oxygen are described here.
The Equinox 4.7 release continues to focus on implementing the latest Core OSGi specification and selected OSGi Compendium and Enterprise services. The final OSGi R6 Core specification went final in June 2014 and can be found here. The OSGi R6 Compendium and Enterprise specifications went final in July 2015 and can also be found here. The Equinox 4.7 release includes a full implementation of the R6 Core Framework as well as several compendium and enterprise service implementations. Many of the Equinox specification implementations from this release are used as the Reference Implementations for the OSGi R6 specification.
This release provides enhancements in the RAD area such as new templates Master/Details, Map, Launchpad, Cockpit, CRUD templates based on the expereimental declarative REST frameworks, new Themes, etc.
Another major step in this release is the Kubernetes setup with the necessary configurations for scalability as well as the implementation with Dirigible of a management tool for Kubernetes - ZEUS.
The third set of features is the "lean"/non-OSGi AppServer distribution - AIR, with all the related optimizations.
This release of VIATRA is planned to be included in the Oxygen release train. This release focuses mostly on stability, while providing a few new features that did not fit version 1.5.0, such as better handling for recursion in queries, extended capabilities of query development and testing functionalities, and integration with GEF version 5.
This release focuses on making Marketplace Favorites a central element of the Marketplace experience. It helps users discover favorites by providing suggestions based on what's popular, as well as making it more easy to discover, view and import other users' favorite lists.