Release schedule and version numbers
ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid v2.x follow a 12-month release schedule, with additional updates automatically released on an Eclipse update repository.
Basically ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid are developed incrementally. Every night a set of regression tests are run, and when all tests passes correctly the plugins are automatically updated on the website. These plugins are always available on the Latest nightly build section at the end of this page.
Afterwards, every 12 months we tag the Latest nightly build and give it a version number to create the Latest release, which is basically a complete software distribution that is the first one installed on your machines. The plugins available for download in the Latest release are the once used in the release packages.
Note that changes which are not backward compatible (like data structures changes happened after the release of version 2.2.0) typically happens just after a release.
Online SVN Repository
Latest release: November 6th, 2017 - ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0.
Here is the list of the main changes:
added support for tricore TC27xA, TC27xB and TC27xC models
added support for RL78
added CCRL and CA78K0R compilers for RL78
added HW counter and system timer support for RL78
added support for renesas MCU R5F10PLJ, R5F10AGF, R5F10PLG
added support for cortex m3
added support for Renesas RH850 ( contributed by Nils Scharnke, Renesas Europe )
added support for AVR8 Tiny
IDE Download links:
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, Windows 32bit version
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, Windows 64bit version
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, Linux 32bit version
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, Linux 64bit version
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, MacOSX 32bit version
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, MacOSX 64bit version
CLI Download links:
- RT-Druid 2.8.0, Command line only
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, Command line only
- ERIKA Enterprise and RT-Druid 2.8.0, Command line with ant support
Nightly build update site:
Instructions on how to use this version on Linux
On windows systems, the default toolchain requires Cygwin to work. You need an up to date installation that includes at least gcc, dos2unix, make.
NOTE: In the past we provided a a minimal Cygwin installation pack, that you can use as a reference; however, that package no longer contains the up-to date packages (in particular, make) needed to compile on the latest versions. If you install it, please immediately update the packages to their newer version using the installer you can find on http://www.cygwin.com.
Here you can find instruction about update Erika Enterprise and RT-Druid. 32bit versions require a 32bit Java Virtual Machine.
If an error occured, the parameter -consoleLog can help to understand what happened: