The current release of SDML is 4.1. If you want to install this release, either to upgrade from a previous release or to use SDML for the first time, click here.
A tutorial is now available. Click here for details.
The current release of SDML has the option of a Windows Explorer type user interface. A description of model building using this interface is available here.
If you are subscribed to the SDML-users mailing list, you will be informed of new releases, patches or changes to the on-line documentation. This is also the best place to make any suggestions for improvements to SDML.
The most important file used by the release browser is the "patches file", which contains all information about bugs, fixes and enhancements for the current release. If you want to install (file in) any new patches that have been developed, you first need to download the patches file by clicking here. Ensure that you save it with the same name ("sdml4-1.pat") in the "extras" subdirectory of your SDML installation directory, so that the release browser can find it. After fetching the file, you will need to install the patches you require into your SDML image(s), using the release browser's "file in" menu options.
Some of the information that can be accessed from the release browser can also be accessed directly from here. To find out what's changed since the previous release, click here. If you want to find out about previous releases, click here. Lists of known bugs, fixes and enhancements for the current release will also be accessible from this page soon.
If you think you have found a bug in SDML, or if you have any other queries or problems, please contact Steve Wallis.
Most browsers in SDML have a "Help" pull-down menu; the options on these menus can be used to read the on-line documentation.