Release of libSBML-5.4.1
24 Feb '12 01:07
We are pleased to announce the release of libSBML-5.4.1 which is
available for download from
NOTE: This is a bug fix only release.
Due to technical reasons we are unable at this moment in time to produce
installers for Linux. We apologise to those users who find these useful.
Please be assured that we will continue to provide these as soon as
our technical difficulties have been resolved.
Version 5.4.1 (2012-02-24)
* Bug fixes
- The MATLAB binding function isSBML_Model had a subtle bug
that meant it could crash in certain circumstances. This has
been addressed. Thanks to Ying Zhang for the report.
- When determining units from rate rules unit checking failed
to catch the case where time had been redefined as dimensionless.
This is now fixed. Thanks to Kieran Smallbone for reporting it.
- Documentation files for MATLAB were missing from the dmg
installers for MacOS. This has been fixed.
- 'getElementBySId' could potentially return initial assignments,
event assignments, assignment rules, and rate rules that assigned
*to* the SId in question, instead of returning the actual element
with the SId. This has been fixed.
* Bug fixes
- LibSBML will now automatically register any packages that are
enabled in code. Previously libSBML could be built including
package code but users needed to perform an additional step
to actually use it. This was causing some confusion.
- In the Hierarchical Model Composition package (comp), flattening
routines have been made more robust, and now should handle
arbitrarily-deep nested models, both for simple aggregation, and
for replacements of arbitrarily-deep elements.
Please report any problems you encounter using libSBML either to the
mailing list email@example.com or using the issue tracker
for libSBML at
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