Each major version of PLA has a lifecycle of 10 years. We released PLA 2.0 on August 30, 2006. So this version reached its end of life on August 30, 2016.
This means that after August 30, 2016 we will no longer support PLA 2.0. We will not publish any updates and will not provide bugfixes. This is because we have to allocate our resources in the most effective way. We therefore cannot provide support for older versions of PLA indefinitely.
What are your options if you still use PLA 2.0?
Of course, you can continue to work with PLA 2.0. The program will continue to function, but from August 30, 2016 onwards you will be without support, without bugfixes and without updates.
But there is another option. It is also the one we strongly recommend: You should give PLA 3.0 a try. This is the current version of PLA and it is superior to its predecessors in many ways. PLA 3.0 is available as a...