New this time around is that we also provide binaries for all the SBML Level 3 Extension packages. So if you are interested in providing software support for:
There are two new features I want to bring to your attention, that is the facility for custom validators and converters. By inheriting form SBMLConverter or SBMLValidator it is now possible for your application to quickly check for specific aspects of documents that is important to you.
Here just one example on how you could check that your SBML model does not contain Algebraic Rules or Fast reactions if your application does not support them.
For this release we provide again DEB and RPM files with binaries compiled on CentOS 4.6 and Ubuntu 8. This means they use a libc version that is reasonably old and will not cause problems on newer distributions.
Listening to feedback from our users the default install prefix has been changed to /usr. And we also include language bindings in them.
The plan was to use the OpenBuildService (OBS), but unfortunately I was not yet able to create binaries with language bindings for all different distributions. I hope we can sort this out for the next release.