As part of our efforts to improve the web site and serve the community better, we have recently redesigned and expanded our simulation models download page, and turned it into a model catalog. The resulting Simulation Models and Tools page is easy to browse, can be conveniently filtered and searched, and in general, makes it significantly easier to find what you are looking for.
We would like to ask for your help to improve the accuracy and the completeness of the catalog. If you have a few minutes to spare, please review the entries on the models or tools you are familiar with, and let us know if you find any errors or omissions.
We are happy to announce INET Framework version 4.1.0. Go ahead and get it now! It comes with some backward incompatible changes due to cleanup, a few new features, a number of smaller improvements, and many bug fixes. This version requires OMNeT++ 5.4.1 or later.
The OMNeT++ source code repository is now available on GitHub as omnetpp/omnetpp. This allows anyone to browse the development history, and follow the development of new versions as it takes place. Making the repository open has been a long-standing wish of several community members, and we hope that it will be beneficial for all parties involved.
We also switched to using the GitHub’s issue tracker for OMNeT++-related issues. The contents of the existing Mantis-based issue tracker has been migrated to GitHub. The old issue tracker is still online, but runs in read-only mode. Unfortunately, reporter/commenter names could not be migrated, so if you’ve been watching an issue, you’ll need to manually subscribe to notifications of the corresponding issue on GitHub.
Welcome to our new website! We have decided to re-create the OMNeT++ website with a different technology, to improve its speed and usability. The new website is statically generated and hosted on GitHub, which will considerably improve its speed. Additionally, the download files are no longer hosted on the website directly, but instead they are available on IPFS (Interplanetary File System). We still provide an HTTP gateway for the file downloads, to make it easy to download the files using only a browser. The switch to IPFS also allowed us to remove the captcha requirement, making it possible to perform downloads using command line tools like wget.
We are happy to announce the release of OMNeT++ 5.4.1. This release contains last-minute features and improvements, mostly motivated by the upcoming INET 4 release. Highlights are the typename and exists() operators in NED; nan and inf keywords in NED; support for logarithmic units like dB, dBW, dBm, dBV, dBmV. Qtenv has also gained much more powerful just-in-time debugging capabilities than before.