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ASGARD 2.3 Released

We are glad to announce the release of ASGARD version 2.3, built to support JIAC 5.1.3. This release of ASGARD is finally able to support Java 7 on OSX by using LWJGL 2.9.0. AllĀ other additions, changes, and bugfixes in the beta versions since 2.2 are included in thisĀ release.

Get the new version [here].

Changes since last stable release (2.2):

New Features:

  • Added feature to deploy agents at runtime.

Fixed Bugs:

  • Fixed network interface binding on windows.
  • Fixed jconsole location in linux environments.
  • “-useLocalhostUrls” parameter was not parsed properly.
  • Correct height for communication channel objects when the framework visualization is resized.
  • Fixed issue of messages appearing at wrong positions.
  • Limiting maximum number of message visuals to avoid memory flooding.
  • Using Thread pool for connection checks to avoid flooding the system with threads.
  • Fixed blocked RMI Registry connection dialog.
  • Correct Zbuffer bit depth for Intel HD Series graphic adapters.
  • ASGARD is not blocked anymore during RMI registry connection attempts.


  • Framework captions now use the DAI Corporate design font, which is Titillium.
  • Using only dependencies from public repositories to make source releases actually buildable for users.
  • Creating own multicast receivers for each network interface instead of relying on address
  • Updated to LWJGL version 2.9.0 to provide Java 7 compatibility in OSX.
  • Moved new connection management to own class and added connection attempt counter display.
  • If no port is specified when connecting a registry, the default port (1099) is used.
  • Localhost URLs are filtered per default before attempting to connect.
  • Failed connection attempts are not visualized as gray agent nodes per default.
  • Using weak references in channel visuals to avoid “zombie” objects or visuals.
  • Changed lwjgl version to 2.8.3, new native libraries.
  • Optional kiosk mode for presentations on public screens.

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