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FlowDesigner is a data flow-oriented development environment. It can be used to build complex applications by combining small, reusable building blocks. In some ways, it is similar to both Simulink and LabView, but is hardly a clone of either.
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2007-10-10 22:37

A new Qt GUI is under construction. This release is working with 64-bit processors. GNOME GUI updates. Slowly migrating to a CMake-based build system. Win32 and OS X support (binaries are available). FD namespace. This release can use Octave scripts with specific Octave Nodes.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

2005-10-05 16:55

Code was added in the FD namespace. Minor autoconf script changes were made. Resizeable node copy now works properly. Static variables are now properly initialized for GCC 4.x. Minor templates fixes were made and an initial Cygwin port was created.
Tags: Minor bugfixes

2004-10-23 10:02

Added the ability to create notes in the user interface, implemented importing and exporting of existing networks, and fixed the node parameter dialog.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

2004-07-07 03:21

This release includes new URL streams that can be specified
by users at run time by using tcp:host:port, file:filename,
etc. There is an automatic type conversion when using RCPtr
= ObjectRef. Parameters passing at run-time from document
parameters was fixed. This version now works with MARIE,
fixes the String serialization, adds Vector conversion with
toInt and toFloat nodes, and removes ownership on sockets,
which caused exceptions on some systems. The Octave
plugin now parses Octave file and executes properly, and a
lot of operators on basic types were added, including add,
sub, mul, div, and concat.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

2004-01-21 09:47

This release fixes many build problems and includes
multiple GUI improvements, better node documentation,
new nodes, and more.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

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