MPS 2021.2.3 Is Available
This is our third bug-fix release for MPS 2021.2. You can find the complete list of bugs fixed in this version here.
Thanks to the community’s help, we spotted a critical bug in the Version Control / merge subsystem that was causing the generator to break. The problem was happening because the stereotypes (e.g. @generator) were being lost after merging models. The issue is fixed in this version 2021.2.3.
If you encounter this bug while using a previous version of MPS, please add the stereotype manually to fix the issue.
Please report any issues you find to our issue tracker.
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