News

A new release has just been uploaded to the server. You can read the release note on GitHub. Feel free to report any bug by adding a ticket to the issue tracker. As usual, you can install this new release by adding the update site http://orcc.sf.net/eclipse in eclipse, or upgrade your current version  by manually running "Help > Check for updates".

The Orcc team

A new release has just been uploaded to the server. You can read the release note on GitHub. Feel free to report any bug by adding a ticket to the issue tracker. As usual, you can install this new release by adding the update site http://orcc.sf.net/eclipse in eclipse, or upgrade your current version  by manually running "Help > Check for updates".

The Orcc team

After only one day (and 5 commits) since the last, we pushed this morning the 2.1.1 release. This new version only fix a compatibility issue folowing the recent annoucement of Eclipse 4.4 Luna.

Starting with this version of Orcc, you can use either Eclipse Kepler or Luna with either Graphiti 0.10 or 0.11 without any compatibility issue.

A new release has been pushed to Orcc update site in the last few minutes. This is a new minor version 2.1.0. It comes with some new features and a few bugs fixed. For a complete list of changes, please refer to the changelog.

The Orcc team

A new Orcc stable version have just been pushed to the update site. It is tagged 2.0.1 and is mainly a bugfix release. You can read the changelog for information about this release.

The Orcc team

Since today, a new Orcc version is available. It is tagged 2.0.0 and come with a lot of new features, bug fixes and improvements in all parts of the software. The complete list of changes is available in the Release note.

As usual, you can update your existing version in eclipse by using Help > Check for Updates menu. A new installation can be done simply using the update site http://orcc.sf.net/eclipse

If you find a bug, feel free to report it using our issue tracker. You can also discuss with us using the mailing lists: orcc-list is mainly dedicated to general questions and suggests about Orcc usage, when orcc-dev is mostly used by developers. We are also available on freenode IRC in the #orcc channel.

Best regards,

The Orcc team

Please notice that our last publications have been added to the website.

Dear users,

It's a pleasure to announce a new version of Orcc. The release tagged 1.4.0 is available since Monday, October 21st, 2013 at 6 PM. You can manually update eclipse using the menu entry "Help > Check for Updates".

A list of new features and fixed bugs is available in the release note. As usual, feel free to contact us if you have any problem with this new version. To do so, join #orcc channel on irc.freenode.net or send a message on one of the mailing lists (orcc-list**at**lists.sourceforge.net or orcc-devel**at**lists.sourceforge.net). You can also create a ticket on the project's issue tracker.

Regards,
The Orcc team

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