The second beta of TSP Solver and Generator is out! This beta mainly features bugfixes but has some new features, too. One of them is the support for embedding solution graph into HTML when saving a solution (using data URI scheme, not supported by IE 7 and earlier, supported by all other major browsers). Also, see Ticket #5 and Ticket #8 for the description of other new features.
The first beta of TSP Solver and Generator has been released during this weekend. Feel free to download its source and binary builds from the project's SourceForge.net Files section. The binary builds are available for Windows, Windows Mobile and FreeBSD (expeimental).
The main new feature of this release is the solution graph generation. Also, it features toolbar customization (only on desktop platforms), drag-an-drop, support for switching between available Qt styles, an improved solution output generation algorithm, and some other improvements and bugfixes. See the attached ChangeLog for more details.
The second alpha of TSPSG is here. You can download the binary builds for Windows, Windows Mobile and Symbian or compile it form the source code yourself right now.
The new version features symmetric mode, improved solution algorithm, support for tasks with up to 50 cities, printing of solution results and many more. Just read the attached ChangeLog.
This build is alpha and is intended only to see what's going on and test TSPSG. It does contain bugs. No bug tracker or feature request facilities will be available until the first beta.
For those who are still interested: download TSPSG v0.1 alpha 1. Only Windows and Windows Mobile binary builds are available at this moment. Linux, FreeBSD and other supported platforms users have to download source, unpack, run qmake then make from the unpacked directory (note, that you will need Qt 4.5 or later to build this release of TSPSG).