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On this page, the resources and documentations for all VEC versions can be found.
Which documents are distributed for a VEC version depends on the type of release. The following release types are used and are reflected in the version numbering pattern:
Theses releases are normally integrating a significant amount of changes. They can identified in a change of the first or second digit of the version number. (e.g. 1.1 vs. 1.0). These releases are always accompanied by the release of a new version of the VDA Recommendation.
Bugfix and Feature Releases are published in between the major releases. They are used to allow a timely response on feature request and bug reports, especially from ongoing implementation projects. These releases can be published more frequently, since such releases have a more lean process.
For each Version a some documents are distributed:
This version brings features in area of electrical design (especially new semantics for the 3 layers (Net, Connection and Wiring Specification). Additionally there have a lot small improvements, mainly new attributes, for the description of components and new OpenEnumerations. For detailed release notes see VEC JIRA Release Notes.
On the technical side there have been two improvements as well.
<xs:documentation/>). An undocumented version of the schemas is published as well, mainly to allow an easy comparison with older versions.
For this version no new specification document will be published. An updated and extend version of the tutorials will be published on a later date.
This version brings features introduced in KBL 2.4 to the VEC. Additionally it also implements feature requests and bug fixes brought up during the first implementations in the area of component descriptions. For detailed release notes see VEC JIRA Release Notes. For this version no new specification document will be published.
This version fixes a technical bug in the namespace declaration, only. The 1.1.0 model description and the associated tutorials are still valid.