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IUP 3.28 Released
« on: December 14, 2019, 12:34:11 PM »
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Hi All,

 We just released IUP version 3.28

We would like to highlight some of the new features:

New: IupVisualLED application is a IDE for editing and testing LED files, with capacity of visual editing a dialog layout.
New: IupFlatVal control that behaves as a IupVal, but with more control over its parameters.
New: CUSTOMFRAMESIMULATE attribute for IupDialog.
New: Added the CMake, Android, Cocoa, CocoaTouch and Emscripten contributions from Eric Wing & Chris Matzenbach to the SVN.
New: IupPostMessage function and POSTMESSAGE_CB callback for all elements.
New: IupThread resource element to handle simple threads.
New: IupVersionShow function that shows an IUP version information dialog.
New: IupClassInfoDialog pre-defined dialog for developers.
New: support for drag & drop controls in IupLayoutDialog. Improved Cut, Paste and New options.
Changed: containers can now be empty on LED.
Changed: improved language localization support. Specific ISO8859-1 and UTF-8 encoded strings are now in separate files. New localization files can now be based on these files.

Many of these changes were actually made for the IupVisualLED application. This is one the milestones for IUP 4.0. We are very proud to be able to provide such an environment for building IUP interfaces. This is just the first version, and we still have a long way ahead for VLed to become a very productive tool. Thank you all for being part of our community, hope you enjoy it.

About community, we would like to thank again  Eric Wing & Chris Matzenbach for their contributions. We hope more people can notice the new drivers and also contribute. They are still incomplete, help is needed.

You can find the complete list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/
http://iup.sourceforge.net/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

FYI: I built this release from source for the Raspberry Pi if there is anyone besides myself with interest.
« Last Edit: December 15, 2019, 09:19:08 PM by John »