The Acceleo 3.5.0 release will be focused on maintenance; with stability and performance enhancement as the main themes, along with further improvements in the documentation. This release plan will be updated accordingly if and when new features are needed by the community. With this new release, we will remove outdated components and switch to Java 6.
This release integrates the Snipmatch code snippet search engine (formerly an Incubator project of Eclipse Code Reocmmenders), which makes it easy to search for and insert code snippets provided by the community.
Under the hood, the performance of loading recommendation models has been greatly improved.
ECF's 3.8.0 release will focus on implementing the lastest OSGi specification for Remote Services (chapter 100 in OSGi Enterprise Specification) and Remote Service Admin (chapter 122 in OSGi Enterprise Specification). The next OSGi specification (R6) is due for completion in March 2014. The ECF 3.8+ releases will include a full and CT-compliant implementation of the R6 Remote Services and Remote Service Admin specifications. ECF is the current reference implementation for the R6 RS/RSA specifications.
EcoreTools, the graphical modeler for Ecore, has been completely re-implemented based on Sirius and provides a nicer graphical design, support for documenting your model, specifying domain constraints and modeling Generic Types.
Please note that migrating the diagrams from EcoreTools 1.x to EcoreTools 2 is unlikely to be supported but anybody wanting to add this support is welcome to and will have proper assistance.
The main focus of EMF Compare 3.0 was a complete overhaul of the user experience, making comparisons faster while increasing robustness and turning the user interface into a more intuitive facade to the merging of differences.
The release material and New & Noteworthy for this release can be found at https://wiki.eclipse.org/EMF_Compare/ReleaseReview/Luna
EMF Diff/Merge is a diff/merge tool for models. Its main purpose is to help build higher-level tools that need to merge models based on consistency rules. GUI components are also provided. Typical usages include model refactoring, iterative model transformations, bridges between models or modeling tools, collaborative modeling environments, or versioning systems.
This document describes the EMF Query 1.8.0 release in the Luna Simultaneous Release. This marks the ninth consecutive year that EMF Query has had a June release for the Eclipse Simultaneous Release. This is a minor maintenance release that maintains compatibility with the Eclipse platform and the other dependent projects in the yearly release.
The release review record is at https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435818 and the approved IP log is attached to that Bugzilla.
This document describes the EMF Transaction 1.8.0 release in the Luna Simultaneous Release. This marks the ninth consecutive year that EMF Transaction has had a June release for the Eclipse Simultaneous Release. This is a minor maintenance release that maintains compatibility with the Eclipse platform and the other dependent projects in the yearly release.
The release review is tracked by Bugzilla https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435821 and the approved IP log is attached to that Bugzilla.
This document describes the EMF Validation 1.8.0 release in the Luna Simultaneous Release. This marks the ninth consecutive year that EMF Validation has had a June release for the Eclipse Simultaneous Release. This is a minor maintenance release that maintains compatibility with the Eclipse platform and the other dependent projects in the yearly release.
The release review is tracked by Bugzilla https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435822 and the approved IP log is attached to that Bugzilla.
The Equinox 4.4 release continues to focus on implementing the latest Core OSGi specification and selected OSGi Compendium services. The final draft of the OSGi Core specification (Release 6) became availabe in March 2014. The Equinox 4.4 release includes a full implementation of the R6 Core Framework as well as several compendium service implementations. Many of the Equinox specification implementations from this release are used as the Reference Implementations for the OSGi R6 specification.
The 1.3.0 Release of the Extended Editing Framework will be focused on improving the user experience for editing emf models. On this purpose, new widgets will be added to the runtime. These widgets will improve model editing on two axis :
Navigation through the model element
Look and feel
As for the other releases, the 1.3 version of EEF will provide a new set of bug fixes.
EGF (Eclipse Generation Factories) is a software factory tool with the purpose to generate software artifacts, such as code or application. EGF provides two generation portfolios as examples: 1) an Enhancement of the EMF Generation, 2) a Build EGF Portofolio wich is a build editor and generator for Hudson/Jenkins and Buckminster as target.
This document lays out the feature and API set for the next release of the Graphical Editing Framework (GEF) project, designated release 3.9.100 The release will be comprised of the Draw2d and GEF(MVC) 3.9.100 and Zest 1.5.100 components.
This document describes the GMF Notation 1.8.0 release in the Luna Simultaneous Release. This marks the ninth consecutive year that GMF Notation has had a June release for the Eclipse Simultaneous Release. This is a minor maintenance release that maintains compatibility with the Eclipse platform and the other dependent projects in the yearly release.
The release review is tracked by Bugzilla https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435843 and the approved IP log is attached to that Bugzilla.
This document describes the GMF Runtime 1.8.0 release in the Luna Simultaneous Release. This marks the ninth consecutive year that GMF Runtime has had a June release for the Eclipse Simultaneous Release. This is a minor maintenance release that maintains compatibility with the Eclipse platform and the other dependent projects in the yearly release.
The main topics for 0.11.0 release of Graphiti were to continue working to enable Graphiti to eventually leave incubation and implementing round offs to make the framework more flexible and easy to use. however, Graphiti will stay in the incubation mode.
Jubula provides automated functional GUI testing for Java and HTML applications. It is aimed at teams who want their automated tests to be written by test experts from the user perspective, without requiring any coding effort. Jubula tests incorporate best practices from software development to ensure long-term maintainablity of the automated tests.
This release addresses specific concerns about MPC usability and significant bugs. It aims to make the installation process from the Eclipse Marketplace website via Drag&Drop more reliable across platforms and will provide improvements in the MPC UI.
Further, a stable public API for the Marketplace Client is planned, that will offer both lower-level access to the information provided through the Marketplace REST API, as well as higher-level access to discovery, search and install functions in the UI.
This release of UML2 is focused on compliance with the UML 2.5 specification and includes a number of enhancements to better support the community. The New and Noteworthy items for Luna are described here.
Eclipse MoDisco (version 0.12.0) provides an extensible model driven reverse engineering framework to elaborate on solutions supporting different scenarios such as software modernization, quality assurance, retro-documentation, architecture improvement, etc. It offers base generic components (Model Browser, Discovery Manager, OMG metamodels, etc.) as well as the dedicated support (metamodels, model discoverers, transformations, etc.) for dealing with several different technologies such as Java, JEE, XML.
The Mylyn 3.12 release adds compatibility with Eclipse Luna and support for recent Bugzilla, Jenkins, and Gerrit versions. It also improves the configurability and extensibility of the tasks framework and includes a number of bug fixes and enhancements.
Eclipse EPP 4.4 is building the download packages for the Luna Simultaneous Release. In this release we increased the openness of the project, e.g. by simplifying the build process, introducing Gerrit code review, we migrated the build to Tycho and CBI, we improved the user experience, e.g. by carefully adjusting default preferences and settings, and updated the logo and artwork.
This is a simultaneous release with Luna, but not in the Luna repositories.
The Paho client libraries have been in use for several years now by IBM and Mosquitto, amongst others, predating the Paho project itself. We consider them mature and suitable for production use, which is why we are proposing to graduate the project with this release.
The main functional addition is the support of the latest version of the MQTT 3.1.1 specification, an OASIS standard.
Papyrus is aiming at providing an integrated and user-consumable environment for editing any kind of EMF model and particularly supporting UML and related modeling languages such as SysML and MARTE. Papyrus provides diagram editors for EMF-based modeling languages amongst them UML 2 and SysML and the glue required for integrating these editors (GMF-based or not) with other MBD and MDSD tools.
The PHP IDE project delivers a PHP Integrated Development Environment framework for the Eclipse platform. This project encompasses the development components necessary to develop PHP-based Web Applications and facilitates extensibility. It leverages the existing Web Tools Project in providing developers with PHP capabilities.
This release brings full GTK+ 3 (where supported and successfully tested) and Java 8 support to Eclipse. It also improves performance and stability of the Platform user interface. For more details see the official Luna Plan.
This plan describes the work for Riena 6.0.0, which is planned for Jun 2014 (Luna release train). The overall goal is to investigate items where e4 and Riena can better integrate together. The E4 application model and the Riena navigation model.
Scout 4.0 ships with initial support to build cloud based business applications. Otherwise, is mostly a bugfix release. Some notable API changes are introduced by the replacement of arrays in the framwork with typed lists.
Sirius allows architects to easily create their own graphical modeling workbenches for specific domains (industrial systems, software applications or the organization of major companies). Based on a viewpoint approach, it enables the specification of custom Eclipse editors (diagrams, tables and trees) to create, edit and visualize EMF models. Leaving Incubation Status.
Subversive is an Eclipse Team Provider for Subversion (SVN). Subversive is Technology sub-project. Release 2.0 will be available as a part of Luna simultaneous release. The goal of this release is to provide compatibility with SVN 1.8 and add features introduced in the latest SVN versions.
TCF 1.2 is delivered for the Eclipse Luna simultaneous release. This is a minor release with no API changes allowed. The release is focused on robustness and improved test coverage, to support commercial adoption of the TCF Debugger. In addition to that, the "TCF Terminal (Console) View" has been productized providing an Eclipse-embedded commandline on Windows, Linux and MacOS X.
The Target Management Project provides data models, frameworks and tools for working with remote computer systems. The main deliverable is the Remote System Explorer (RSE), a feature-rich integrated perspective and toolkit for seamlessly working on remote systems. Besides that, we deliver flexible, re-usable components for Networking and Target Management that run stand-alone or integrated with RSE.