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    2.24 and future release plans explained

    Hi Guys,

    We have released 2.24 and now that our major base code changes and internal development environment and systems are in place and proven stable our plans are this:

    The current stable (even numbered) release eg. 2.24 main code will be frozen and only new definitions and other very minor items will be built into subsequent builds of the stable release. This differs to the past where everything was frozen to a single release. This will allow shops (and others who desire) to maintain running of the stable release while still receiving new definition, VIN/OS updates etc. You won't need to contact support for access to beta software to get a new definition just download from customer login.

    The beta (odd numbered) release eg. 2.25 will incorporate all the additions to the stable release AND new code changes and features. For example, if we add support for a new PCM or some other new features they will be coded to the beta. This is the way we have always done things so nothing new here.

    2.25 beta is expected to see daylight in a couple of weeks

    It's been a long haul to get to this point and we look forward to the rest of the year.

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    May I be the first to say... YAY!

    Congratulations.
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    I guess Bill is in need of a new Signature!
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    where is 2.24? still says 2.22 on customer login!
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    5 years in beta?! lol.

    Congrats, when will we see it?
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    Chris jumped the gun on the announcement, perhaps because he's from the future...

    I've updated the website to point to 24.
    We got this guy Not Sure, ...

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    Best news to since sliced bread.
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    Woooooooo happy dance!!! Do we have a full list of supported vehicles?!

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    Whats coming in the 2.25 version
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerrige View Post
    Woooooooo happy dance!!! Do we have a full list of supported vehicles?!
    http://www.hptuners.com/products/vcmsuite_vehicles.php
    Last edited by Bill@HPTuners; 03-27-2013 at 12:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill@HPTuners View Post
    What? No dodge support or anything really new?

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    From VCM Suite 2.22, there is an enormous amount of new things.

    From the beta just a couple days ago, there's only a few bug fixes.

    That's how our dev cycle will continue to work though. The beta will continue to get closer and closer to the next stable. When we're comfortable with it, we'll branch it off to create the new stable and then go to town on the next beta.

    The biggest difference now is what Chris talked about. We'll continue to deploy vehicle information, calibration support, VIN information, etc.. through the published stable (currently 2.24). This will allow us to get a little funky with beta features.

    Our current beta, 2.25, which isn't available yet is already pretty funky, but we do expect it to be pushed stable in a month or two...
    Last edited by Keith@HPTuners; 03-27-2013 at 12:40 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerrige View Post
    What? No dodge support or anything really new?
    From 2.22 we added the following new vehicle support
    GMPP E67 pcm support released
    GMPP EROD pcm support released
    2009+ Allison TCM support released
    2007 Chevy Equinox 3.4ltr v6 support released
    2009-12 Chevy Malibu 2.4ltr support released
    2007 Chevy Malibu 2.2ltr support released
    2007/2009 Chevy HHR 2.2ltr support released
    2010-13 Camaro V8 ECM/TCM support released including ZL1
    2012 Camaro V6 support released
    2009-13 Corvette ECM/TCM support released including ZR1
    2009-13 CTS V8 ECM/TCM support released
    2009-10 Mustang V8 ECM support released
    2009-13 Savana/Express V8 gas support released
    2009-12 Savana/Express 4.3ltr v6 support released
    2009 G8 V8 support released
    2010 G8 V6 support released
    2002-2012 Ford BA, BF & FG support released
    2009-2013 Escalade ECM/TCM support released
    2009-2013 Silverado/Sierra E38 V8 ECM/T42 & T43 TCM support released
    2011-2012 Silverado/Sierra E78 ECM support released
    2013 Silverado/Sierra E37 ECM support released
    2009-2013 Tahoe ECM/TCM Support released
    2009-2013 Suburban ECM/TCM Support released
    2009-2013 Avalanche ECM/TCM Support released
    2009-2012 Colorado/Canyon I4, I5 & V8 Support released
    2000 Isuzu Hombre 2.2ltr I4 support released
    2011-2013 Cruze 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2012-2013 Sonic 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2013 Vauxhall Astra 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2009-2010 Cobalt SS/TC support released
    2011 Chevy Impala V6 support released
    2012 Chevy Traverse 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2012 GMC Acadia 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2012 Buick Enclave 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2002-03 Buick Rendezvous V6 support released
    2010 Holden Captiva 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2013 Buick Encore 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2010-2011 Cadillac SRX 3.0ltr V6 support released
    2012 Buick Regal 2.4ltr I4 support released
    2012 Chevy Captiva 2.4ltr I4 support released
    2006-2007 Pontiac Montana 3.9ltr V6 support released
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

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    so it's got 5yrs worth of awesome in it, right?

    seriously tho, congrats...

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    YAY!!! 2013 cruze support Thanks for the long hard work guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill@HPTuners View Post
    From 2.22 we added the following new vehicle support
    GMPP E67 pcm support released
    GMPP EROD pcm support released
    2009+ Allison TCM support released
    2007 Chevy Equinox 3.4ltr v6 support released
    2009-12 Chevy Malibu 2.4ltr support released
    2007 Chevy Malibu 2.2ltr support released
    2007/2009 Chevy HHR 2.2ltr support released
    2010-13 Camaro V8 ECM/TCM support released including ZL1
    2012 Camaro V6 support released
    2009-13 Corvette ECM/TCM support released including ZR1
    2009-13 CTS V8 ECM/TCM support released
    2009-10 Mustang V8 ECM support released
    2009-13 Savana/Express V8 gas support released
    2009-12 Savana/Express 4.3ltr v6 support released
    2009 G8 V8 support released
    2010 G8 V6 support released
    2002-2012 Ford BA, BF & FG support released
    2009-2013 Escalade ECM/TCM support released
    2009-2013 Silverado/Sierra E38 V8 ECM/T42 & T43 TCM support released
    2011-2012 Silverado/Sierra E78 ECM support released
    2013 Silverado/Sierra E37 ECM support released
    2009-2013 Tahoe ECM/TCM Support released
    2009-2013 Suburban ECM/TCM Support released
    2009-2013 Avalanche ECM/TCM Support released
    2009-2012 Colorado/Canyon I4, I5 & V8 Support released
    2000 Isuzu Hombre 2.2ltr I4 support released
    2011-2013 Cruze 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2012-2013 Sonic 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2013 Vauxhall Astra 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2009-2010 Cobalt SS/TC support released
    2011 Chevy Impala V6 support released
    2012 Chevy Traverse 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2012 GMC Acadia 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2012 Buick Enclave 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2002-03 Buick Rendezvous V6 support released
    2010 Holden Captiva 3.6ltr V6 support released
    2013 Buick Encore 1.4ltr I4 support released
    2010-2011 Cadillac SRX 3.0ltr V6 support released
    2012 Buick Regal 2.4ltr I4 support released
    2012 Chevy Captiva 2.4ltr I4 support released
    2006-2007 Pontiac Montana 3.9ltr V6 support released
    I just read, edited and flashed a 2008 Malibu L4. Appears to still not be in the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by APS View Post
    I just read, edited and flashed a 2008 Malibu L4. Appears to still not be in the list.
    Was probably already supported in 2.22

    With that said my post was only to show the amount of work that went into 2.24 and that was a ton of new support added. There's always a chance I missed a few in there(and probably did) but that just means we did even more work
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

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    Excellent !

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    I was surprised and happy all at once.
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    Awesome news, keep it coming!

    Time to change your sig Bill...