- May 15, 2015 at 3:14 pm #4637Travis LondonParticipant
The BridgePoint tool will be moving to the latest eclipse base (4.x). The version the tool is moving to is the latest which is code named Luna.
The work required for this move is documented here:
The analysis will be reviewed and likely modified but gives you a basic idea of the direction.May 18, 2015 at 11:38 am #4644Ádám BaloghParticipant
Is it not worth to skip Luna and move directly to Mars which is expected to be released in June?May 18, 2015 at 1:09 pm #4646cortKeymaster
This is the balancing act that needs to be done each time we move forward on Eclipse. We must balance advancement with stability. Stability is required by our production modeling customers.
We plan to guide the migration and plugin development to be as compatible as possible. And there is work toward an eclipse update site.
So, it is likely that BridgePoint will run and even support development in Mars after this initial move.
Do you have specific design input on Eclipse migration? (both in terms of usage and tool development) Also, is there specific functionality in Mars that you believe is important?
CortMay 18, 2015 at 1:17 pm #4647Ádám BaloghParticipant
Nothing specific, but I know that a stable (in Eclipse terms :-) ) version of Mars is expected soon. Many things are promised there, but they are mainly EMF related which does not affect BridgePoint.
ÁdámMay 22, 2015 at 11:32 pm #5005Travis LondonParticipant
I have updated the analysis note according to review minutes. This note still requires a re-review as major observations were observed. We will hold another review and get the note finalized. Then work can proceed.
Travis LondonMay 26, 2015 at 10:17 pm #5078Bob MulveyKeymaster
Since this is an active development project there is some chat about this now. It is in the development chat: https://xtuml.org/cometchat/modules/chatrooms/index.php?id=9June 9, 2015 at 9:31 pm #5114Bob MulveyKeymaster
The chat about this topic has been broken out from the main development chat. If you want to follow it, or join in, it is here: https://xtuml.org/cometchat/modules/chatrooms/index.php?id=19
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