JUCE 5.2.0 released


#1

JUCE 5.2.0 has been released adding support for push notifications on iOS and Android, beta support for a CLion exporter in the Projucer, a new analytics module and much more!

It’s available now from the JUCE website and GitHub. Please see here for the full release notes.


#2

in case of plugin development:

  • that means CLion exporter is the only needed project for Win and Mac ?
  • this only project (with eventual help of some projucer flags and custom scripts) will adapt to compiler+settings on both platform?

NOTE:
bool clionExpert = false;
if(dumbquestion)sorry();


#3

I have the same questions as @fefanto :slight_smile:


#4

Hi,
i get a error message if I want to download the new version via Projucer.update_juce_512


#5

Please try again. Sometimes amazon S3 takes some time to sync between different geographic locations. Otherwise feel free to download it from the JUCE website.


#6

Link reads “windows64” but the filename is “juce_huckleberry-osx.zip”?

If I download via the website (“get juce” link) it’s still 5.1.2

I would prefer the normal website download, so it’s all build and includes the live-build engine etc.


#7

The cloudfront links have to be invalidated, and even than it would take hours/days to actually work. Would it be too much trouble to ask to change the filename slightly? Maybe include the version-number? That way the name is unique and no more caching issues would prevent people from getting the right version.


#8

The ‘Get JUCE’ downloads on the website are all 5.2.0 now. We could put the version number in the filename but it would require a website change too, so perhaps it’s something we could do for the next release.


#9

From the linked CLion announcement|:

The CLion exporter can be thought of as a “shell” exporter, where it takes build configurations from other exporters added to the project. The currently supported “source” exporters are:

  • Xcode
  • Linux Makefile
  • Code::Blocks (Windows)

The generated CMakeLists.txt is composed sequential blocks of CMake config for each platform, where the correct block is selected depending on the machine you are running on.


#10

This was a file path error on our end and should be fixed now. Please try again and let me know if it works OK


#11

Now it works. Thank you so much! :slight_smile: