Category: Test versions
 
OMNeT++ 5.1 Preview 2 (core, without IDE)       Download

This release significantly improves and builds upon functionality introduced in version 5.0, and also raises the bar in other areas. Highlights include: a much-improved Qtenv that now replaces Tkenv as the default runtime GUI; support for smooth custom animation and video recording; better support for simulation campaigns in managing and performing a large number of runs and in result recording/processing; experimental support for SQLite-based result files; updated toolchain and libraries on Windows; 64-bit Windows support; updated Eclipse base for the IDE.

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OMNeT++ 5.1 Preview 2 (macOS)       Download

This release significantly improves and builds upon functionality introduced in version 5.0, and also raises the bar in other areas. Highlights include: a much-improved Qtenv that now replaces Tkenv as the default runtime GUI; support for smooth custom animation and video recording; better support for simulation campaigns in managing and performing a large number of runs and in result recording/processing; experimental support for SQLite-based result files; updated toolchain and libraries on Windows; 64-bit Windows support; updated Eclipse base for the IDE.

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OMNeT++ 5.1 Preview 2 (Linux)       Download

This release significantly improves and builds upon functionality introduced in version 5.0, and also raises the bar in other areas. Highlights include: a much-improved Qtenv that now replaces Tkenv as the default runtime GUI; support for smooth custom animation and video recording; better support for simulation campaigns in managing and performing a large number of runs and in result recording/processing; experimental support for SQLite-based result files; updated toolchain and libraries on Windows; 64-bit Windows support; updated Eclipse base for the IDE.

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OMNeT++ 5.1 Preview 2 (Windows)       Download

This release significantly improves and builds upon functionality introduced in version 5.0, and also raises the bar in other areas. Highlights include: a much-improved Qtenv that now replaces Tkenv as the default runtime GUI; support for smooth custom animation and video recording; better support for simulation campaigns in managing and performing a large number of runs and in result recording/processing; experimental support for SQLite-based result files; updated toolchain and libraries on Windows; 64-bit Windows support; updated Eclipse base for the IDE.

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