Our software versioning follows the major.minor.development scheme.
- A change in the major version number usually yields from fundamental changes in the KiRAT source code which rule out downward-compatibility with previous KiRAT versions.
- The addition of new features and capabilities to the framework is accounted for by incrementing the minor version number.
- A development version update is then caused by changes which are made in preparation for a minor version update or by changes which improve overall performance.
A more detailed list explaining our versioning scheme can be found in the table below:
|3.4.1||11.07.2019||Added underwater evaluation module to measure hydrophone and projector characteristics.|
|3.4.0||02.07.2019||Updated Intel IPP libraries, added Tensorflow support and revived KiRAT under Linux.|
|3.3.0||04.06.2019||Changed compiler to Visual Studio 19 (v142) and updated to Qt version 5.12.X.|
|3.2.0||31.07.2018||Abstract asynchronous IOs added. In addition, a specific application has been added (GPS input stream over TCP-IP). SONAR system location can be shown on a map including several additional information. SONAR PPI plot background can be set to a map.|
|3.1.0||19.08.2017||Appearance of the graphical overview was modified. Automatic scaling of fonds and widgets according to the screensize was implemented. For larger monitors a new display area that can be filled freely by the user was added.|