FrePPLe 2.0 is finally out, bringing a lot of new and exiting features:
The 0.9.2 release finally passes all tests, and brings the following new features:
The 0.9.1 release provides a major overhaul of the user interface.
The new features in the upcoming 0.9.1 release:
The 0.9.1 is a first of a number of refactoring and restructuring releases leading towards the 1.0 release.
The 0.9.1 release is focussed on a major overhaul of the user interface.
The new features in the upcoming 0.9.1 release:
The long overdue release 0.9.0 is finally ready...
With more than a year between the previous release 0.8.1 it brings a lot of new features and changes.
Installation directory structure allows easier customization
A new frePPLe release is finally ready!
The following enhancements are included:
A couple of bug fixes
Plenty of bug fixes
A beta release of the upcoming 0.8.1 release is now available!
The following enhancements are included in the new release
Added "invalid data" problem
It took longer than expected, but the new release with a truckload of new functionality is finally ready.
A beta version of the upcoming release 0.8.0 is published now. The official release of 0.8.0 will be around the end of this year or january next year.
This release brings no functional enhancements, besides improved rpm and debian packaging for Linux
This release brings a lot of new and exciting functionality:
- Modeling support for location calendars: Allows to model shifts, holidays, weekends, etc
- Added powerful and intuitive graphs to the user interface
- Added traditional Chinese translation of the user interface
- Implementation of a REST webservice
- Support for Microsoft Vista
- Plenty of smaller bug fixes and usability enhancements
- Support for upgraded third party tools: xerces-c 3.0 and Python 2.6
A new bug fix release is made available:
- Addresses a number of bugs in the 0.6.0 release.
- Improved Python interfaces. Python is now the only way to run commands, obsoleting the previous XML-interface.
It took a while but finally here's the new release of frePPLe!
- Better user interface: Improved editing, filtering and
- Forecast module now includes timeseries analysis
algorithms to predict the future demand
- Big enhancements to the Python interface: Python is not
an optional module any more, but part of the core
- Corrections to the package layout to follow the common
practice on Linux distirbutions
- Various bug fixes
- Upgrade to new versions of the third-party components:
django 1.0.2, xerces-c 2.8, ...
- Support for date-effective loads, flows and operations
- Improved calendar modeling capabilities Solver enhancements:
- Improved resource solver
- Improved problem detection logic
Greatly improved Python interface
- Earlier only a few highlevel functions were exposed. The new API allows object-level interaction with the frePPLe objects. This greatly improves performance as well as allowing much more sophiticated levels of customization. More consistent and cleaner API, including plenty of backward incompatible changes
- all keywords are now lower case
- changed some field names and types
- consistently use of doubles instead of floats
Usability improvements in the user interface
- Same look and feel for input and output reports
- Easy selection of of time bucket
- Improved CSV export and import
- Updated to use the latest Django version, including the refactoring of querysets and paginators Cleanup:
- removed Excel-based user interface
- removed support for object level locking
*** Beta enhancements:
- more generic linear programming solver
The VMWare image has been updated.
It is based on an Ubuntu Server release and runs frePPLe 0.3.2-beta with a PostgreSQL database.
As usual, a large package of improvements:
- Implementation a buffer type to model a reorderpoint inventory policy.
- Support for time based safety inventory.
- Bug fixes and improved exception handling.
- Improved documentation of the c++ code.
- Refreshed of swig interfaces.
- Greatly improved Django user interface:
* Menu bar and context menus are added for easier navigation.
* Added/improved reports.
* Added user preferences.
* Ability to run different plan types (eg unconstrained, constrained, capacity constrained, material constrained).
* Improved breadcrumbs.
* Added capability to load datasets from the user interface.
* Automatic initial loading of a fixture for the standard demo dataset.
* Improved demo model generator.
* Improved error handling when uploading csv-files.
Frepple has moved and has its own place on the web.
The source code repository and downloads will continue to be hosted at Sourceforge.
This VMware image contains a demo and development environment for Frepple 0.2.1
Since it's a pretty big file to download, please read the notes coming with the package
before starting your download!
All feedback is welcome!!!