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- 558980 Provide a public adapter factory for IHistoryPageSource. This facilitates third-party bundles showing a git history determined by objects unknown to EGit.
- 550673 [repo view] Add compare commands. Allow comparing two branches/tags as in the history view, using the older commit as base.
- 558561 Create branch from repository group
- [diff editor] Enable "Save As..." on unified diffs
- Update reftable storage repo layout. The change c217d33, "Documentation/technical/reftable: improve repo layout" defines a new repository layout, which was agreed with the git-core mailing list. It addresses the following problems:
- old git clients will not recognize reftable-based repositories, and look at encompassing directories.
- Poorly written tools might write directly into .git/refs/heads/BRANCH.
This is a minor patch to add newly released, highly awaited x86 and ARM platforms to the Eclipse MRAA project. This release also delivers multiple improvements and helps keep the project free of vulnerabilities and bugs. Last, but not least, this patch introduces needed changes to the project's infrastructure and documentation to underline the Eclipse Foundation is now hosting the project.
As such, this is also the first project release under the Eclipse Foundation!
MicroProfile follows a train model for its Platform releases. Three Platform releases are planned for each year in February, June, and October. MicroProfile Component releases that are ready and have been approved for inclusion will be part of the Platform release.
The MicroProfile 3.3 release is a minor release that incorporates the following updated components that maintain backwards compatibility:
- Config 1.4
- Fault Tolerance 2.1
- Health 2.2
- Metrics 2.3
- Rest Client 1.4
This is a minor release of Linux Tools to work with Eclipse 2020-03 and licensed under the EPL 2.0. The release is mostly bug fixes.
The main new features are
Eclipse Krazo 1.1.0 will be the second release of Eclipse Krazo. Our plan is to work on the following features:
- Improve compatibility with other JAX-RS implementations, especially CXF
- Increase test coverage with our new Arquillian-based test suite
- Provide more extension points which allow users to hook into Eclipse Krazo
- Create the first version of the Eclipse Krazo user guide
This version, based on Eclipse photon.1 integrates the following major additions: a new sequential execution engine based on ALE, a MOCCML concurrent engine, and a headless command line Eclipse application.
More details about the changes are available on the download page V3.1.0