December 21, 2020
New CCS5 / TSC / uNIS release 28327
New releases of CCS5 and TSC version 28327 are available on the website.The main change that concerns all users: we have implemented a new licensing scheme for TSC and CCS5 to be supported by a new website that will go live soon.
During this transition phase, CCS5 & TSC will accept both old and new license keys. As soon as the new website goes live, we encourage you to regenerate your license keys using the new scheme. The new website will be able to generate license keys from both schemes. However, later CCS and TSC releases may not accept licenses from the old scheme.
Common enhancements for TSC and CCS5:
- Tcl/Tk updated to 8.6.10
- Added a new MIB table “SSY” to describe subsystems
- Autocompletion in Manual Commands
- Synthetic formulae can be taken from different MIB source directories
- TM parameters with PTC=6 (bit string) and 10 (relative time CUC format) are now considered numerical and so can be calibrated using the CAF table
- TC browser now allows to group TC by subsystems
- Support for CVE_INTER=’C’
- MIB viewer allows to add and duplicate rows
- Lesser used parts of our QML API have been removed. Please refer to the previous news post for details.
- Log file format can be JSON
- syslog & putlog accept a new argument -tag that can be used to assign a CSS style class to a message when logging to HTML
- Improved the Night theme
- Support for CCSDS 301 b4 time code standard
- Python API for AutoPilot
- AutoPilot status moved to a separate application with improved UI, active only if AutoPilot is activated
- PCF_VALID/PCF_VALPAR had no effect on synthetic parameters – this has been fixed
- Various stability fixes