ProM has moved to GitHub, ask Eric Verbeek for details
ProM 6.9 Release Notes
Added support for Java 9 and later.
ProMClassLoader that subclasses URLClassLoader. ProM needs the class loader to be a URLClassLoader to be able to add packages on-the-fly.
Package JAXB which can be installed for XML support.
Uses both the TU/e package repository (http://www.promtools.org/prom6/packages69/packages.xml) and a QUT package repository (https://sefmining01.qut.edu.au/prom6/packages69/packages.xml). The repository that reacts fastest on some test requests, will be selected and used for the real work. If you are sure you want to use a specific repository, remove the other from the PACKAGE_URL in the ProM.ini file. To use only the TU/e repository, use PACKAGE_URL = http://www.promtools.org/prom6/packages69/packages.xml, to use only the QUT repository, use PACKAGE_URL = https://sefmining01.qut.edu.au/prom6/packages69/packages.xml.
Libraries not required by the ProM Framework have been moved out to utility packages, like BasicUtils and ApacheUtils.
New ProM Packages
XML support for Java 9 and later. Already included in Java 8 and earlier.
Contains all logs (both CSV and XES) for the Process Discovery Contest of 2019.
Updated ProM Packages
Removed dependency on Scala package.
Removed directly-follow constraints.
Added not-response and not-precedence constraints.
Added noise filter.
Added option to also show neighbors of selected nodes.
Added option to specify the classifier (not restricted anymore to only concept:name).
Changed visual representation of constraints. Using the dots like Declare takes too much space, and does not go well with the coloring.