Month: June 2016

New Maud version 2.65

At the Caen school we do a lot of testing and we are correcting bugs quickly on the new beta version. The new one, 2.65 starts to be quite stable and at the moment we haven’t discovered stopping bugs with

Maud school in Caen

I am leaving for the Maud school in Caen, starting next week. For who is participating to the school I am planning to use all week the new Maud beta 2.63 So be sure to download it on your laptop

Maud north and south users

Just checking the visitors map this morning, by curiosity I noted that the visitor more north is from Oulu, Finland and the more south is from Wellington, New Zealand. But this is only for the month of June. I haven’t

New Maud beta version 2.63

We got a quick feedback on the 2.61 version released 2 days ago. There was a problem loading multiple datafiles, the bug has been fixed with the new beta 2.62 and 2.63. Some directory fixing has been done in 2.63.

New Maud version: 2.61

A new Maud version has been uploaded. This new version does not need to install Java, but it has a JVM embedded. From the Readme: This will be released as a public beta finally. The version is adressing all installation

OS X/macOS installation instructions for Maud 2.63 and higher

After downloading the archive, uncompress it if needed (in case you have a Maud.dmg.gz, just double click on it), mount the Maud.dmg by double clicking it and put the Maud.app application where you want to install it. Start Maud by

Unix/Linux installation instructions for Maud 2.67 and higher

After downloading the archive, uncompress the Maud.tar.gz and put the content (directory Maud) where you want to install it. The directory should have the following structure: maud.sh (use this to start Maud)) Readme.txt (a readme with instructions to start Maud)

Windows installation instructions for Maud 2.67 and higher

After downloading the archive, unzip the Maud.zip and put the content (directory Maud) where you want to install it. The directory should have the following structure: maud.bat (double click this to start Maud)) lib (directory with libraries) licenses (directory with

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