Release 2.3.0 Maxwell
- Added a search bar to graph editors.
- Unified GUI for all Atlas views, providing uniform status-information to the user.
- Atlas views will now inform the user when selecting resources not enabled for mapping.
- Atlas views will now inform the user when no projects are enabled for mapping.
- Element Detail View improvements:
- Persistent preferences for Element Detail View.
- Full XCSG hierarchy is now viewable as a left-to-right graph.
- Added right-click options to XCSG hierarchy graphs.
- Double-click a node in an XCSG hierarchy graph to access documentation in the Atlas wiki.
- Aligned browser access to XCSG documentation with Eclipse preference.
- Script improvements:
- Smart View and Connection View script selection is now made available as a drop-down menu. This increases visibility over the obscure arrow-button.
- Supertype edges flipped to show subtypes below supertypes.
- Removed read/write edges from the Connection View. Read/write edges are now in the "References" script.
- Fixed a bug causing the Shell to get stuck.
|Atlas for Java||2.3.0|
|Atlas for C||2.3.0 BETA|
|Atlas Scala Shell||2.3.0|
|Atlas for Java/Android Binaries||2.3.0 BETA|
|Enhanced Jimple Support for Eclipse||2.3.0 BETA|
James Clerk Maxwell was a Scottish scientist in the field of mathematical physics. His most notable achievement was to formulate the classical theory of electromagnetic radiation, bringing together for the first time electricity, magnetism, and light as manifestations of the same phenomenon. Maxwell's equations for electromagnetism have been called the "second great unification in physics" after the first one realised by Isaac Newton.