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Planning Meeting Notes -May 5, 2005

Mike Wilson-10
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 Discussion Topics
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 Outreach
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 Status
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Debug:
- Performance:
  - Java breakpoint creation perfomed in background thread to avoid
    blocking UI
  - reduced garbage creation in console
  - continue to investigate console failures: timings show new console
    is faster than 3.0 when run outside performance test suite
  - added maximum number of characters to display in variables details
    area (user pref) to avoid out of memory exception when displaying
    large arrays
  - main method search improved on Java Application launch configuration
    tab
- API cleaning:
  - ensure @since 3.1 tags are present, javadoc fomatting is reasonable,
    etc.
- bug fixing

Ant:
- move to Ant 1.6.3
- API cleaning
  - ensure @since 3.1 tags are present
- bug fixing

Rel. Eng.:
- configured, tested new performance machines.  Ran "test" 3.0 baseline
  test run last Friday.
- updated performance test plan:
  -
http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/%7Echeckout%7E/platform-releng-home/performance_test_plan.htm
- investigating intermittent network connection failures to test machines
- review/revise process to support external contributions of eclipse
  binaries
- posted build schedule that supports 3.1 endgame plan:
  -
http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/%7Echeckout%7E/platform-releng-home/3.1-endgame-buildschedule.html
- released fixes for performance web presentation
- testing latest versions of PDE Build

JDT Core:
- bug fixing
- tuned CodeAssist option for filtering restricted
  completions (based on classpath access rules).
- removed 3.1 APIs BindingKey#getDeclaringTypeSignature()
  and BindingKey#toSignature() as they were found error
  prone. See bug 93105  for details
- added support for 'capture' inside Code Assist. Declaring
  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.
- work in progress for @SuppressWarning
- work in progress for enabling batch compiler use of access
  rules

Platform/JDT Text:
- performance:
  - continued to investigate failing performance tests and missing
    suites [in progress]
    - for some reason the focus is not on the workbench/editor
  - changed Platform/JDT Text code to use new
    StyledText.getTextBounds(int,int) API
  - quick diff: improved document copying for documents that implement
    ISychronizable
- J2SE 5.0:
  - auto(un)boxing semantic coloring now uses AST information and is much
    more complete
  - context information for type parameters (only when inserting a
    generic type proposal, not upon Ctrl+Shift+Space)
- MoveLines now indents the moved lines in the Java editor
- investigated work related to default line delimiter polish item
- preference pages now link to Colors and Fonts preference page
- reviewed and discussed patches from Platform UI (Susan) regarding the
  unified undo story
- bug fixing
- bug inbox tracking

JDT UI:
- bug fixing
- polishing:
  - shortcuts for quick fixes
  - new open type dialog
  - prepared JDT code for new default line delimiter
    preference. Inspected all code places that create
    code to ensure that we will honor the new setting
- J2SE 5.0:
  - rename refactoring now also renames annotation elements
  - support for capture and wildcard types in Extract Local,
    Extract Constant and other refactorings
  - wrote tests for capture types
  - adding a starimport removes unnecessary single imports
- Performance:
  - optimized ripple method finder to use more restricted search
    scope and fewer subtype hierarchies.
  - examined code assist in monster workspace
  - examined memory consumption for structural refactorings
  - added "Slowdown explained" support to performance plug-in
    (all branches)

Platform Core:
- project specific content type settings
- buddy classloading
- M7 endgame planning
- bug triage
- bug fixing

PDE:
- plug-in import wizard reworked to restore the old binary import behavior
  with plug-ins in JARs. Binary import with linking works again.
- caching of the workspace state added. With workspace caching,
  initialization of 995 plug-ins dropped from 4-27sec to 1.2sec.
- PDE UI and PDE Build are now sharing state, which makes PDE export very
  fast
- bug fixes

- UA:
  - Initial User Experience:
    - working on embedding help documents inside Intro pages (with intro
      decoration)
    - HTML-based intro on Linux mostly done
    - HTML-based intro on Mac has problems with the embedded browser
     (https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=93526)
    - bug fixes
  - Help:
    - bug fixes, UI polish, Javadoc cleanup
  - Eclipse Forms:
    - improved accessibility support, bug fixes, Javadoc cleanup
  - Cheat Sheets:
    - new images, added categories for the dialog, reworking the cheat
      sheet selection dialog to be more consistent with the rest of the
      workbench UI

Update:
- added automatic selection of required features if available on the
  update site (e.g. VE needs GEF)
- bug fixes

Platform UI:
- general:
  - bug fixing
  - NL + BIDI issues investigated/fixed
  - content types + file associations preferences work
  - undo/redo bugs and tweaking
- performance:
  - (http://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/development/performance/index.html)
  - some regression fixing from work done for performance
- polish:
  - put in new support to allow us to put back 68938 [Contributions] Allow
    contributions based on active editor input

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Re: Planning Meeting Notes -May 5, 2005

Anand sharma-2
Hi Mike,
I have used Eclispe for Window platform. Now in my new assignment I have requeirement to developed application on UNix .
Could you tell me that how can I use Eclipse on Unix.
thanks,
-Anan

Mike Wilson <[hidden email]> wrote:
-------------------
Discussion Topics
-------------------

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

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

Debug:
- Performance:
- Java breakpoint creation perfomed in background thread to avoid
blocking UI
- reduced garbage creation in console
- continue to investigate console failures: timings show new console
is faster than 3.0 when run outside performance test suite
- added maximum number of characters to display in variables details
area (user pref) to avoid out of memory exception when displaying
large arrays
- main method search improved on Java Application launch configuration
tab
- API cleaning:
- ensure @since 3.1 tags are present, javadoc fomatting is reasonable,
etc.
- bug fixing

Ant:
- move to Ant 1.6.3
- API cleaning
- ensure @since 3.1 tags are pres ent
- bug fixing

Rel. Eng.:
- configured, tested new performance machines. Ran "test" 3.0 baseline
test run last Friday.
- updated performance test plan:
-
http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/%7Echeckout%7E/platform-releng-home/performance_test_plan.htm
- investigating intermittent network connection failures to test machines
- review/revise process to support external contributions of eclipse
binaries
- posted build schedule that supports 3.1 endgame plan:
-
http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/%7Echeckout%7E/platform-releng-home/3.1-endgame-buildschedule.html
- released fixes for performance web presentation
- testing latest versions of PDE Build

JDT Core:
- bug fixing
- tuned CodeAssist option for filtering restricted
completions (based on classpath access rules).
- removed 3.1 APIs BindingKey#getDeclaringTypeSignature()
and BindingKey#toSignature() as they were found error
prone. See bug 9310 5 for details
- added support for 'capture' inside Code Assist. Declaring
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.
- work in progress for @SuppressWarning
- work in progress for enabling batch compiler use of access
rules

Platform/JDT Text:
- performance:
- continued to investigate failing performance tests and missing
suites [in progress]
- for some reason the focus is not on the workbench/editor
- changed Platform/JDT Text code to use new
StyledText.getTextBounds(int,int) API
- quick diff: improved document copying for documents that implement
ISychronizable
- J2SE 5.0:
- auto(un)boxing semantic coloring now uses AST information and is much
more complete
- context information for type parameters (only when inserting a
generic type pr oposal, not upon Ctrl+Shift+Space)
- MoveLines now indents the moved lines in the Java editor
- investigated work related to default line delimiter polish item
- preference pages now link to Colors and Fonts preference page
- reviewed and discussed patches from Platform UI (Susan) regarding the
unified undo story
- bug fixing
- bug inbox tracking

JDT UI:
- bug fixing
- polishing:
- shortcuts for quick fixes
- new open type dialog
- prepared JDT code for new default line delimiter
preference. Inspected all code places that create
code to ensure that we will honor the new setting
- J2SE 5.0:
- rename refactoring now also renames annotation elements
- support for capture and wildcard types in Extract Local,
Extract Constant and other refactorings
- wrote tests for capture types
- adding a starimport removes unnecessary single imports
- Performance:
- optimized ripple method finder to use more restricted search< BR>scope and fewer subtype hierarchies.
- examined code assist in monster workspace
- examined memory consumption for structural refactorings
- added "Slowdown explained" support to performance plug-in
(all branches)

Platform Core:
- project specific content type settings
- buddy classloading
- M7 endgame planning
- bug triage
- bug fixing

PDE:
- plug-in import wizard reworked to restore the old binary import behavior
with plug-ins in JARs. Binary import with linking works again.
- caching of the workspace state added. With workspace caching,
initialization of 995 plug-ins dropped from 4-27sec to 1.2sec.
- PDE UI and PDE Build are now sharing state, which makes PDE export very
fast
- bug fixes

- UA:
- Initial User Experience:
- working on embedding help documents inside Intro pages (with intro
decoration)
- HTML-based intro on Linux mostly done
- HTML-based intro on Mac has problems with the embedded browser
(https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=93526)
- bug fixes
- Help:
- bug fixes, UI polish, Javadoc cleanup
- Eclipse Forms:
- improved accessibility support, bug fixes, Javadoc cleanup
- Cheat Sheets:
- new images, added categories for the dialog, reworking the cheat
sheet selection dialog to be more consistent with the rest of the
workbench UI

Update:
- added automatic selection of required features if available on the
update site (e.g. VE needs GEF)
- bug fixes

Platform UI:
- general:
- bug fixing
- NL + BIDI issues investigated/fixed
- content types + file associations preferences work
- undo/redo bugs and tweaking
- performance:
- (http://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/development/performance/index.html)
- some regression fixing from work done for performance
- polish:
- put in new support to allow us to put back 68938 [Contributions] Allow
contributions based on active editor input

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Thanks & Regards,
ANAND SHARMA
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Shrewsbury, MA-01545 USA
Tel: 1 - 508 - 845 - 1549
Cell:1 - 774 - 287 - 1086
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Re: Planning Meeting Notes -May 5, 2005

Mike Wilson-10
Anand,
        I don't run any of the Unix versions regularly, but assuming you
have a working Java installed, it should just work. Check the downloads
page to see if the Unix you are using is supported (currently, Solaris,
AIX and HP-UX, I believe). If you have trouble getting it going, the best
place to ask your questions is on the Eclipse Newcomer newsgroup (
news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.newcomer).

McQ.




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Hi Mike,
I have used Eclispe for Window platform. Now in my new assignment I have
requeirement to developed application on UNix .
Could you tell me that how can I use Eclipse on Unix.
thanks,
-Anan


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Re: Planning Meeting Notes -May 5, 2005

Anand sharma-2
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is any version for Solaris??
is eclise supporting Harvest(version control of CA)?
thnaks,
-Anand

Mike Wilson <[hidden email]> wrote:
Anand,
I don't run any of the Unix versions regularly, but assuming you
have a working Java installed, it should just work. Check the downloads
page to see if the Unix you are using is supported (currently, Solaris,
AIX and HP-UX, I believe). If you have trouble getting it going, the best
place to ask your questions is on the Eclipse Newcomer newsgroup (
news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.newcomer).

McQ.




Anand Sharma
Sent by: [hidden email]
05/04/05 22:01
Please respond to
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To
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Hi Mike,
I have used Eclispe for Wind ow platform. Now in my new assignment I have
requeirement to developed application on UNix .
Could you tell me that how can I use Eclipse on Unix.
thanks,
-Anan


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Thanks & Regards,
ANAND SHARMA
50 Commons Drive, Apt # 52,
Shrewsbury, MA-01545 USA
Tel: 1 - 508 - 845 - 1549
Cell:1 - 774 - 287 - 1086
Email: [hidden email]
 

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