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Mike Wilson-10
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 Discussion Topics
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 Outreach
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 Status
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Debug:
- participated in Device Software Development Platform (DSDP) meeting
  - representation from Wind River, QNX, IBM, ATI, TI and Intel
  - discussion of issues pertaining to debuggers for embedded targets
  - focussed on building a list of new requirements for the debug platform
    to support the DSDP
- bug fixing

Ant:
- bug fixing

Platform/JDT Text:
- performance:
  - investigated to reduce the number of StyleRange object creation
    ==> we have some ideas that will be implemented in RC1
  - investigating computing more precise AnnotationModelEvents in
    CompilationUnitAnnotationModel [in progress]
  - profiled open CU editor with folding and found one low hanging
    fruit: the presentation is computed twice [fix targeted for 3.1 RC1]
- move/copy line action now correctly ends the compound change
- changed collapsible JDT Text preference pages back to tab-style
- working towards 3.1 M7
  - submitted test items for Test Pass One
  - submitted new and noteworthy items
  - testing
- bug fixing
- bug inbox tracking
- public holiday
- vacation

Core:
- rotating log file
- project specific content types
- bug fixing
- polish for M7

JDT UI:
- support of array types in infer type arguments
- rename method can now also rename annotation elements
- shortcuts for quick fixes/assists
- bug fixes for quick fixes/assist and wildcards
- new quick fixes for missing @Deprecared, @Override
- bug fixing
- more performance work
- polish:
  - shortcuts for quick fixes/assists
  - worked on default line terminator for new files

JDT Core:
- bug fixing
- features:
  - released support for @SuppressWarnings
  - added optional diagnosis to flag unhandled warning tokens
    in @SuppressWarnings annotations
  - in 5.0 compliant mode, changed local inner type naming
    convention to reflect JLS 13.1 (3rd edition). As a consequence,
    instead of generating a file named X$1$A.class, it will simply
    be X$1A.class".
  - added compiler option to control whether @SuppressWarning
    annotations are active or not. By disabling them, one can quickly
    revive all hidden warnings.
  - added API on CorrectionEngine for computing the warning token
    corresponding to an optional warning ID (towards quickfix)
  - searchMatch now has a implicit field which shows whether the
    associated element is implicit or not (see bug 94062)
  - changed Code Assist option: CODEASSIST_FORBIDDEN_REFERENCE_CHECK
     and CODEASSIST_DISCOURAGED_REFERENCE_CHECK are replaced by
     CODEASSIST_HIDE_RESTRICTED_REFERENCES.
  - added support for 'capture' inside Code Assist. Delaring type of
    a completion
    proposal is captured for qualified completion.
  - added APIs to replace a range of moved nodes (ListRewrite
     #createMoveTarget(first, last, replacingNode, editGroup)).
    See bug 91938 for details.
- polish:
  - code Assist provide the enclosing type reference when cursor
    is inside a type argument and the completion token is empty
    (in the same way as method calls).
  - code Assist provide the enclosing annotation reference when
    completion is inside an annotation argument and the completion
    token is empty (in the same way as method calls).
  - code Assist doesn't propose anymore type completion when
    completion token is empty.
  - removed 3.1 APIs BindingKey#getDeclaringTypeSignature() and
    BindingKey#toSignature() as they were found error prone.
    See bug 93105 for details.


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Re: Planning Meeting Notes -May 11, 2005

Dejan Glozic
* PDE
- Support for access restrictions done
- Workspace state caching done
- Cross-platform product export done
- Intro template now has new artwork
- bug fixes

* Update
- Bug fixes and small improvements

* UA
- Intro
   - CSS cleanup and tweaking to get Intro to work in a browser on Linux
(done by our new intern Janek)
   - Intro now works in a browser on Mac
   - Help documents are now embedded with all the decoration
   - Bug fixes, polish
- Help
   - Bug fixes, polish


Regards,

Dejan Glozic, Ph.D.
Manager, Eclipse Development 1A
D1/R0Q/8200/MKM
IBM Canada Ltd.
Tel. 905 413-2745  T/L 969-2745
Fax. 905 413-4850



                                                                           
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-------------------
 Discussion Topics
-------------------

----------
 Outreach
----------

--------
 Status
--------

Debug:
- participated in Device Software Development Platform (DSDP) meeting
  - representation from Wind River, QNX, IBM, ATI, TI and Intel
  - discussion of issues pertaining to debuggers for embedded targets
  - focussed on building a list of new requirements for the debug platform
    to support the DSDP
- bug fixing

Ant:
- bug fixing

Platform/JDT Text:
- performance:
  - investigated to reduce the number of StyleRange object creation
    ==> we have some ideas that will be implemented in RC1
  - investigating computing more precise AnnotationModelEvents in
    CompilationUnitAnnotationModel [in progress]
  - profiled open CU editor with folding and found one low hanging
    fruit: the presentation is computed twice [fix targeted for 3.1 RC1]
- move/copy line action now correctly ends the compound change
- changed collapsible JDT Text preference pages back to tab-style
- working towards 3.1 M7
  - submitted test items for Test Pass One
  - submitted new and noteworthy items
  - testing
- bug fixing
- bug inbox tracking
- public holiday
- vacation

Core:
- rotating log file
- project specific content types
- bug fixing
- polish for M7

JDT UI:
- support of array types in infer type arguments
- rename method can now also rename annotation elements
- shortcuts for quick fixes/assists
- bug fixes for quick fixes/assist and wildcards
- new quick fixes for missing @Deprecared, @Override
- bug fixing
- more performance work
- polish:
  - shortcuts for quick fixes/assists
  - worked on default line terminator for new files

JDT Core:
- bug fixing
- features:
  - released support for @SuppressWarnings
  - added optional diagnosis to flag unhandled warning tokens
    in @SuppressWarnings annotations
  - in 5.0 compliant mode, changed local inner type naming
    convention to reflect JLS 13.1 (3rd edition). As a consequence,
    instead of generating a file named X$1$A.class, it will simply
    be X$1A.class".
  - added compiler option to control whether @SuppressWarning
    annotations are active or not. By disabling them, one can quickly
    revive all hidden warnings.
  - added API on CorrectionEngine for computing the warning token
    corresponding to an optional warning ID (towards quickfix)
  - searchMatch now has a implicit field which shows whether the
    associated element is implicit or not (see bug 94062)
  - changed Code Assist option: CODEASSIST_FORBIDDEN_REFERENCE_CHECK
     and CODEASSIST_DISCOURAGED_REFERENCE_CHECK are replaced by
     CODEASSIST_HIDE_RESTRICTED_REFERENCES.
  - added support for 'capture' inside Code Assist. Delaring type of
    a completion
    proposal is captured for qualified completion.
  - added APIs to replace a range of moved nodes (ListRewrite
     #createMoveTarget(first, last, replacingNode, editGroup)).
    See bug 91938 for details.
- polish:
  - code Assist provide the enclosing type reference when cursor
    is inside a type argument and the completion token is empty
    (in the same way as method calls).
  - code Assist provide the enclosing annotation reference when
    completion is inside an annotation argument and the completion
    token is empty (in the same way as method calls).
  - code Assist doesn't propose anymore type completion when
    completion token is empty.
  - removed 3.1 APIs BindingKey#getDeclaringTypeSignature() and
    BindingKey#toSignature() as they were found error prone.
    See bug 93105 for details.


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Re: Planning Meeting Notes -May 11, 2005

Michael Van Meekeren
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Platform UI
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General
        - bug triage
        - bug fixing (approx 80 fixed)
        - NL + BIDI issues investigated/fixed
        - undo/redo api cleanup
Polish
        - linux Ctrl+e editor dropdown slow when moving mouse over it
        - more comprehensive preference page keywords
        - add support in wizards for pages that can finish right away (e.g. allows new untitled file to move to the new wizard)
        - preference/properties dialog work
/michael



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-------------------
Discussion Topics
-------------------

----------
Outreach
----------

--------
Status
--------

Debug:
- participated in Device Software Development Platform (DSDP) meeting
 - representation from Wind River, QNX, IBM, ATI, TI and Intel
 - discussion of issues pertaining to debuggers for embedded targets
 - focussed on building a list of new requirements for the debug platform
   to support the DSDP
- bug fixing

Ant:
- bug fixing

Platform/JDT Text:
- performance:
 - investigated to reduce the number of StyleRange object creation
   ==> we have some ideas that will be implemented in RC1
 - investigating computing more precise AnnotationModelEvents in
   CompilationUnitAnnotationModel [in progress]
 - profiled open CU editor with folding and found one low hanging
   fruit: the presentation is computed twice [fix targeted for 3.1 RC1]
- move/copy line action now correctly ends the compound change
- changed collapsible JDT Text preference pages back to tab-style
- working towards 3.1 M7
 - submitted test items for Test Pass One
 - submitted new and noteworthy items
 - testing
- bug fixing
- bug inbox tracking
- public holiday
- vacation

Core:
- rotating log file
- project specific content types
- bug fixing
- polish for M7

JDT UI:
- support of array types in infer type arguments
- rename method can now also rename annotation elements
- shortcuts for quick fixes/assists
- bug fixes for quick fixes/assist and wildcards
- new quick fixes for missing @Deprecared, @Override
- bug fixing
- more performance work
- polish:
 - shortcuts for quick fixes/assists
 - worked on default line terminator for new files

JDT Core:
- bug fixing
- features:
 - released support for @SuppressWarnings
 - added optional diagnosis to flag unhandled warning tokens
   in @SuppressWarnings annotations
 - in 5.0 compliant mode, changed local inner type naming
   convention to reflect JLS 13.1 (3rd edition). As a consequence,
   instead of generating a file named X$1$A.class, it will simply
   be X$1A.class".
 - added compiler option to control whether @SuppressWarning
   annotations are active or not. By disabling them, one can quickly
   revive all hidden warnings.
 - added API on CorrectionEngine for computing the warning token
   corresponding to an optional warning ID (towards quickfix)
 - searchMatch now has a implicit field which shows whether the
   associated element is implicit or not (see bug 94062)
 - changed Code Assist option: CODEASSIST_FORBIDDEN_REFERENCE_CHECK
    and CODEASSIST_DISCOURAGED_REFERENCE_CHECK are replaced by
    CODEASSIST_HIDE_RESTRICTED_REFERENCES.
 - added support for 'capture' inside Code Assist. Delaring type of
   a completion
   proposal is captured for qualified completion.
 - added APIs to replace a range of moved nodes (ListRewrite
    #createMoveTarget(first, last, replacingNode, editGroup)).
   See bug 91938 for details.
- polish:
 - code Assist provide the enclosing type reference when cursor
   is inside a type argument and the completion token is empty
   (in the same way as method calls).
 - code Assist provide the enclosing annotation reference when
   completion is inside an annotation argument and the completion
   token is empty (in the same way as method calls).
 - code Assist doesn't propose anymore type completion when
   completion token is empty.
 - removed 3.1 APIs BindingKey#getDeclaringTypeSignature() and
   BindingKey#toSignature() as they were found error prone.
   See bug 93105 for details.


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