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The cppTango team is pleased to announce the release of Tango Controls C++ library version 9.3.3.
Downloads of source and binary files are listed in cppTango Github repository Releases section.
This version is considered as a pre-release version for the moment.
If no major bug is found in the next weeks, this version will be upgraded as an official stable release.
We encourage you to test this version.
Please pay attention to the release notes and please report any problem you may encounter by creating an issue on: https://github.com/tango-controls/cppTango/issues
or by creating a new post on the forum.
You can also refer to https://github.com/tango-controls/cppTango/issues for the list of known issues.
The Tango documentation is available on https://tango-controls.readthedocs.io
The Doxygen documentation for this pre-release is currently available on https://bourtemb.github.io/cppTango-docs and will be soon available on https://tango-controls.github.io/cppTango-docs
NOTE: This is not a Tango Source distribution! It is only Tango C++ kernel library pre-release
Many thanks to all the persons who contributed to this release (bug reports, pull requests, code reviews, comments...).
The new Sardana 2.7.0 (corresponding to the Jan19 milestone) has been released.
The source files and Windows installers can be downloaded from:
The documentation is available at:
The new Taurus 4.5.1 has been released.
It brings support for Qt5 and Python3
The installation files can be downloaded from:
The documentation is available at:
Connect with the Tango control system (and more...)
Write graphical user interface components and applications communicating with the Tango and Epics control systems. More control system engines can be added in the future and plugged into existing cumbia installations and applications.
cumbia is written in C++ and uses the Qt libraries to develop graphical user interfaces. This means cumbia applications work on desktop computers as well as on Android devices. In principle, cumbia is available wherever C++ and Qt are supported. Android and Linux platforms have been successfully tested and porting an application from one platform to another is just a matter of a few clicks with the Qt creator IDE.
Tango REST API v1.0 has been released.
v1.0 is a combination of rc5 and rc6. The most notable features:
- Bulk resources entry points e.g. attributes
- Shorten URL for Tango host resources
- Cache-Control etc
The whole project has been largely restructured. Tango REST API readme gives a good overview of the related projects.
Also rest-server-1.2 has been released. This release features Tango REST API rc4 and v1.0 as well as internal improvements: link
Full description of the changes can be found in this presentation.
Please feel free to contact me in case of questions or request to help in migration.
The next general assembly of the TANGO community will take place in Hamburg from Monday 3rd of June 2019 14:00 to Wednesday 5th of June end of afternoon.
It will be hosted by DESY
The program and the registration procedure will be published soon .
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