First patch release for 2.11.2 series addressing critical bugs and usability issues
This minor Jalview release provides an updated native platform installer, and includes support for two popular 3D structure visualisation tools - ChimeraX and Pymol, an integrated client for EMBL-EBI's 3D-Beacons Network for discovery of protein 3D structures, improved platform integration and a new command line tool allowing Jalview to be more easily called from scripts.
Jalview 220.127.116.11 is a patch release that addresses connectivity issues for third party services over HTTPS, and problems experienced by Windows users when saving files from Jalview.
Jalview 18.104.22.168 is a second critical patch release for the log4shell vulnerability.
Jalview 22.214.171.124 is a critical patch release that updates one of the open source components, log4j, that Jalview relies on. The update addresses the widely reported log4shell security vunerability. This release also addresses a bug in the occupancy calculation that occurs when working with alignments of more than 32,000 sequences.
Jalview 126.96.36.199 is the fourth patch release in the 2.11.1 series. One critical bug was fixed in this release - when Jalview would occasionally hang when viewing structures in Jmol. This release also introduces a number of new configuration options for disabling web service connections used by the Jalview Debian package.
Whilst the current release versions (2.11.1.*) of the Jalview installers run with a bundled Java 1.8 runtime environment, Jalview development is using Java 11 (a much more recent LTS version of Java), but is maintaining support for Java 1.8 especially for the current release versions.
Jalview 188.8.131.52 is the second patch release, fixing a bug introduced in the previous patch release (184.108.40.206) affecting display of Jalview's example project for some users.
- Fresh install of Jalview 220.127.116.11 reports "Encountered problems opening https://www.jalview.org/examples/exampleFile_2_7.jvp"