Simantics 1.18.2 Closed Issues

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Feature #5740: Simantics Transformation Language improvements
Bug #5767: Bug in STL implementation
Bug #5783: Many scl compilation codes failed to return existing graph into context
Bug #5846: SCL module loader deadlock during application startup when using persistent imports for project modules (URIs)
Bug #5864: Don't print normal prints to console during the execution of printingToFile
Support #5866: 1.18.2 release engineering
Enhancement #5871: Smaller memory allocation pressure by reducing THashMap rehashes in critical solver variable child/property requests
Bug #5872: Function typeOf is not working properly when used in the console
Bug #5883: Migrating import cleanup
Bug #5886: Make database revision after TG import available to the migrating import procedure through MigrationState
Bug #5894: Ensure that MappingBase.configurationByUid map contents are reset if MappingBase.trustUids is set to false
Bug #5907: Diagram export does not exclude joins with flags to external diagrams that are not connected to anything on the external diagram
Bug #5909: Expanding merged flags leaves RouteGraphConnections without name
Bug #5912: Change sets bookkeeping error.
Bug #5921: org.eclipse.swt.SWTException: Widget is disposed property view loses focus in the middle of editing dialog
Bug #5922: Implement flag disconnection as Eclipse command handler to allow user shortcut key binding
Enhancement #5925: Diagram memory allocation pressure optimization (part 1)
Bug #5932: Ontology changes for low level relation range issue validations
Bug #5933: Cannot define higher-order functions with effectful parameters in SCL console
Bug #5950: Diagram copy+paste fails for a monitor that has no DIA.HasMonitorComponent relation
 
 
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