Mango 1.24, new simulation features and improvements!
Mango 1.24 New simulation feature: lattice and general improvements — 07/21/2016
Added a new lattice() function to generate meshes and other geometry shapes; see Mango User Guide for details
New visual aids on graph canvas where a node id is displayed and all its links are highlighted automatically when moused over; a click on the node will lock its display until another click
New feature where a node id is printed in console when clicked; this facilitates Gel code node naming when retrieving attribute values from a specific node
Double-clicking in a rotated 3D graph canvas resets its 3D view to standard orientation and zoom level; this allows graphs to be reoriented without having to close and reopen its graph canvas
Added automatic line wrap and line numbers in Gel editor which facilitate isolating any compiler error location
Gel editor now maintains selected text block after each Ctrl-Enter or Alt-Enter command execution, which facilitates running a block of Gel code repeatedly. If no text block is selected, after the command execution the cursor will move to next line as before
- Fixed a center command bug; now it really centers the graph!
Updated the KGML reader for KEGG database access which offers more robust parsing of KEGG XML data
- Improved Mac Excel generated csv/tsv file import to Mango
Fixed import function parsing of user provided header lines, preventing punctuation symbols or Gel reserve words be named for attributes
- More robust auto typing in Gel editor display
- Overall Mango program stability and efficiency improvements
As always, you can find the newest version of Mango by following this link.
Complex Computation LLC team