ARUnit 0.10.0 ReleasedWe are pleased to announce the release of ARUnit 0.10.0 for Artop 4.2. ARUnit generates lightweight RTEs that can be used to unit-test your Autosar software components. Among numerous minor improvements and bugfixes, the two major features in this release are a massive performance boost and support for Composition SWCs in the GMock RTE. As usual, the release artifacts can be found in the Downloads section and on our Update Site. A list of all changes for this release can be obtained via this Bugzilla query.
ARText Release 1.5.0We are happy to announce the release of ARText 1.5.0. It is now based on Artop 4.2.x, running on Eclipse Kepler. ARText is now compatible with Xtext 2.4 and 2.5. The main focus of this release was on compatibility and stability, but we have also included some minor new features. For a detailed listing, please see here. As usual, the SDK, Demonstrator, and Standalone compiler are now available in the Downloads section.
Artop Release 4.2We are pleased to announce that release 4.2 of Artop is now available. Major changes and new features that were introduced with this release are:
- Implementation of AUTOSAR 4.1.2
Validation support for the following schemata
- For other issues see Bugzilla items
The Artop 4.2 SDK and Technology Demonstrator can be downloaded by registered users.
ARUnit 0.9.0 for Artop 4.x releasedWe are pleased to announce the release of ARUnit 0.9.0 for Artop 4.x. ARUnit can now generate an RTE that is based on the GMock mocking framework. This is an alternative to the traditional C RTE and allows you to use all of GMock's features to white-box test your components. As usual, the release artifacts can be found in the Downloads section. We now also have an update site under https://www.artop.org/containers/arunit-update-site. A list of changes can be obtained via this Bugzilla query.
ARText Release 1.4.1We are happy to announce the release of ARText 1.4.1 for Artop 4.0.4. It is mainly a bugfix release, but it also contains minor enhancements for the SWCD language. For a detailed listing, please see here. As usual, the SDK, Demonstrator, and Standalone compiler are now available in the Downloads section.