Type B for the 3.2 features set
Type B - Full IP Due Diligience (License, Provenance, Scanning)
All third-party content is reviewed and certified as license-compatible with the project license, and has had the provenance validated and content scanned for anomalies by the Eclipse IP Team.
With this release we'll provide
- A JFace-Like Preference-Editor-System
- Preliminary support for Java11
- Update to the latest Oxygen.3 upstream target
The main purpose of this release is to provide important bugfixes (who change the behavior) of our StyledText-Control used to build Code-Editors/IDEs on top of it
This is a service release which adds a bit more flexibility in creating RPM files and fixing some minor issues.
The GeoGig team is pleased to announce the release of GeoGig 1.2.0!
This release has three major changes:
- GeoGig migration from Restlet to Spring MVC
- Improved performance for Replication - Clone/Fetch/Pull/Push
- Usability improvements to support the GeoGig-QGIS plugin
For GeoServer 2.12 and newer, you must use GeoGig version 1.2.0 or newer.
For GeoServer 2.11 and older, you must use GeoGig version 1.1.1.
This is the 9.2.0 Minor Release which includes some critical bug fixes for concurrent and primitive collections, addition of new API based on user requirements, reducing tech debt. There are no breaking changes this release. All changes are backwards compatible.
Critical bug fixes:
This release adds Java 10 (a.k.a. 18.3) support. Details can be found in https://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/news/4.7.3a/.
A bugfix release for the 1.7 release of VIATRA.