Avogadro 2 0.7.2 was released on December 20, 2013.
Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and still lacks features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful.
This release is the third in the series of the Avogadro 2 rewrite. The following list includes some of the highlights, with previous blog posts for 0.5.0, 0.6.0, 0.7.0, and 0.7.1 releases. You can also view the Open Chemistry posts to see the latest activity in the larger Open Chemistry project.
- Fixed a bug in setting/retrieving user specified path to the Python interpreter
Commands / Extensions
- Fixed bugs related to adding/removing programs in the MoleQueue submission dialog
- Prevent jobs from being submitted without programs in the selected MoleQueue queue