New releases of CCS5 and TSC are available on the website.
Common enhancements for TSC and CCS5:• Upgraded Qt to version 5.13.1, Tcl to 8.6.9 and Itcl to 4.1.2.• Support for IPV4 checksums in TM and TC packet error control.• added two new MIB tables holding metadata about TC stacks (stk.dat) and TOPE sequences (seq.dat)• utope::processtmpacket has a new syntax that allows to skip default arguments• Various GUI improvements in the MIB Viewer• Added two new columns in MIB ICD: PID_PFIELD to allow a custom OBT format for a specific packet; and PID_CORR to disable time correlation on a specific packet• A new widget “TM Configuration” under the Tools menu provides GUI to control various TM dynamic settings that used to be accessible only in TOPE via TM::Status• Added the Tcl TLS package to the installers
CCS5-specific enhancements:• TCHIST allows to save selected telecommands in a stack file• PART retrievals can be done in a gnuplot-compatible format• PART allows to save & load an input parameter list to/from a file (.part)• RAT allows to export a performance report of a session that shows number of rows inserted in each RDBMS table per second• Heartbeats are now always distributed via NATS. The UDP broadcast option has been removed.• The word “REALTIME” in session names has been shortened to “RT”. This gives a bit more space for a user’s suffix, given the total session name limitation of 63 characters.
Bugfixes:• Better handling of some rare corner cases in PART retrievals• Better compatibility with the CNES Myriade platform• CCS5 should not use system proxy settings for connections between clients and a server.• Various stability fixes
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