Ecere SDK Changelog

New in version 0.44.11

February 17th, 2015
  • Bug fix release

New in version 0.44.10 (July 18th, 2014)

  • Compiler fixes and optimizations
  • Better C99 compatibility (stdbool, complex numbers)
  • Fixed C integer promotion issues
  • Fixed and improved all samples (resources included)
  • Improved 3DS model support
  • EditBox and syntax highlighting fixes
  • Internationalization improvements
  • Clang and OS X Mavericks Support
  • More reliable IDE debugger watches
  • X11 full screen support
  • X11 acquired input support
  • X11 fixes (including improved fix for Unity)
  • Various bug fixes
  • Memory leaks fixes

New in version 0.44.08 (August 10th, 2013)

  • A lot of bug fixes.

New in version 0.44.04 (March 11th, 2013)

  • Various bug fixes
  • MinGW-w64 support
  • 64 Bit support
  • Basic Android support
  • Improved FreeBSD support
  • Improved OS X support

New in version 0.44.03 (January 28th, 2013)

  • Renaming libec0 Debian package to libecc0 to solve conflict with "Library for modular symbols and elliptic curves over Q" in Sid
  • Various bug fixes

New in version 0.44.02 (November 9th, 2012)

  • Fixed issue with 'arch: all' packages preventing installing on 64 bit system
  • Fixed issue with GCC 4.7 whereas .bmp files would not load properly
  • Fixed build issues with ARM and big endian (PPC) builds
  • Various bug fixes
  • Resolved target and host platform confusion in build system/makefiles
  • Proper handling of __attribute__ in the compiler
  • Resolved proper implementation of all per node settings in the build system
  • Added support for a SYSROOT and GCC prefix in Compiler Settings
  • Support for cross-compiling the tarball (e.g. Building for MinGW on Linux)
  • Initial support for the Android platform

New in version 0.44 D1 (January 4th, 2009)

  • The Ecere SDK is now Open Source under the revised BSD license. An automatic bootstrapping/build system was implemented. Mac OS X and PowerPC support was improved. A SQLite driver was added for the Ecere Data Access system. New IDE configuration options enable the integration of cross compilers. Lots of bugs were fixed. A tab control was added.