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COPASI (4.0 Build 12 test version)

COPASI (4.0 Build 12 test version)

Release Date: Feb. 18, 2005

New Features

  • Sliders for interactive parameter changes and simulation
  • COPASI now lists all reactions that a metabolite enters, when in the metabolite widget.
  • Particle numbers are now counted on 64 bit integers
  • COPASI's SBML files now indicate in a comment that they were written by COPASI.
  • The directory structure of COPASI installations was unified to be consistent across all systems
  • A Linux dynamic library build is now being distributed, this avoids some problems with Linux installations that have older glibc libraries.

Bug Fixes

  • If a report for a time series was created and then deleted, COPASI would crash leaving an incomplete file.
  • COPASI would crash when trying to open a non-existing file.
  • Sometimes there would be big rounding errors when changing initial concentrations (e.g. 4.0001 instead of 4.0).
  • A dialog box saying "no output specified" would be displayed even if a report had been defined.
  • SBML export was broken when some special characters were included in notes or names.
  • SBML export was not fully compliant with schema (<body> tag, and constant metabolites)
  • Importing some SBML files would crash COPASI.
  • COPASI was leaving out the comments in an SBML file on import.
  • A plot title would not be updated in the plot, after a change in the plot definition.
  • The special identifier Pi in sbml files was incorrectly handled by COPASI.
  • After pressing enter in a listview, the focus was not consistent.
  • Reaction parameters could not be selected in the object browser.
  • Compartments were deleted without confirmation; since this is potentially a of compartment delete.
  • When a steady state was not found, there was no clear indication on the front-end. Now COPASI clearly indicates that no steady state was found.
  • COPASI now only requires a single environment variable (COPASIDIR) on all platforms.
  • COPASI was allowing several object browser windows to open simultaneously. Only one object browser window can be open at any single time.
  • In some rare conditions an object could be created in duplicate (eg by trying to save as, canceling and only then comiting a new object.
  • If an object was used in more than one plot, COPASI could plot the wrong curve.
  • If COPASI was called on the command line with a file name as argument, when that file would not exist, COPASI would crash.
  • The steady state widget would not commit changes when the user left the widget.