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Hibachi binaries are now available [message #3559] Fri, 25 April 2008 11:13 Go to next message
Tom GROSMAN is currently offline Tom GROSMAN
Messages: 16
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
We have put up the first binary builds on the eclipse.org servers. To access
them, go to the Hibachi homepage (www.eclipse.org/hibachi) and click on the
Downloads link on the left menu. We have not created a update site on the
Eclipse servers for this 'Integration" build.

Since this is the first integration build (the release will be in a month)
of the plugin, there will likely be some interesting "features" that users
encounter. I remind everyone that bugzilla is used to consult, update and
create bugs, as well as submit bug fixes. So if you don't yet have and
account, I strongly encourage you to create one at
http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs.

Documentation exists in the plugin, more is on the way. I encourage you to
contribute, including to the Hibachi wiki, also accesible via the project
homepage.

Tom Grosman
Hibachi Project Lead
Re: Hibachi binaries are now available [message #3722 is a reply to message #3559] Tue, 27 May 2008 15:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Denise Schmidt is currently offline Denise Schmidt
Messages: 66
Registered: July 2009
Member
The post below indicated a release would be available around this time.
Is that still on schedule? A few more developers on my team are about to
try using Hibachi so if there is a newer release about to be provided, I'd
like to let them know. Thanks.

Denise

Tom GROSMAN wrote:

> We have put up the first binary builds on the eclipse.org servers. To access
> them, go to the Hibachi homepage (www.eclipse.org/hibachi) and click on the
> Downloads link on the left menu. We have not created a update site on the
> Eclipse servers for this 'Integration" build.

> Since this is the first integration build (the release will be in a month)
> of the plugin, there will likely be some interesting "features" that users
> encounter. I remind everyone that bugzilla is used to consult, update and
> create bugs, as well as submit bug fixes. So if you don't yet have and
> account, I strongly encourage you to create one at
> http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs.

> Documentation exists in the plugin, more is on the way. I encourage you to
> contribute, including to the Hibachi wiki, also accesible via the project
> homepage.

> Tom Grosman
> Hibachi Project Lead
Re: Hibachi binaries are now available [message #4040 is a reply to message #3722] Mon, 16 June 2008 14:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Adam Haselhuhn is currently offline Adam Haselhuhn
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Denise,

I apologize for the slow response. The official release review has been
delayed until July 16th. However, the release review is simply a formal
process followed for each release to document the specifics of the release.
It is unlikely that the binaries will change as a result of the release
review.

We will keep the Hibachi project homepage and this newsgroup informed
regarding updates to project schedule and release dates.

Adam Haselhuhn
Hibachi project committer



"Denise Schmidt" <denise.schmidt@lmco.com> wrote in message
news:b3c04532298f39572f1e10f37e560e2a$1@www.eclipse.org...
> The post below indicated a release would be available around this time.
> Is that still on schedule? A few more developers on my team are about to
> try using Hibachi so if there is a newer release about to be provided, I'd
> like to let them know. Thanks.
>
> Denise
>
> Tom GROSMAN wrote:
>
>> We have put up the first binary builds on the eclipse.org servers. To
>> access them, go to the Hibachi homepage (www.eclipse.org/hibachi) and
>> click on the Downloads link on the left menu. We have not created a
>> update site on the Eclipse servers for this 'Integration" build.
>
>> Since this is the first integration build (the release will be in a
>> month) of the plugin, there will likely be some interesting "features"
>> that users encounter. I remind everyone that bugzilla is used to consult,
>> update and create bugs, as well as submit bug fixes. So if you don't yet
>> have and account, I strongly encourage you to create one at
>> http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs.
>
>> Documentation exists in the plugin, more is on the way. I encourage you
>> to contribute, including to the Hibachi wiki, also accesible via the
>> project homepage.
>
>> Tom Grosman
>> Hibachi Project Lead
>
Re: Hibachi binaries are now available [message #4108 is a reply to message #4040] Mon, 28 July 2008 12:14 Go to previous message
Markus Schöpflin is currently offline Markus Schöpflin
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Adam Haselhuhn wrote:

> Denise,
>
> I apologize for the slow response. The official release review has been
> delayed until July 16th. However, the release review is simply a formal
> process followed for each release to document the specifics of the release.
> It is unlikely that the binaries will change as a result of the release
> review.

Are there any news on this?

> We will keep the Hibachi project homepage and this newsgroup informed
> regarding updates to project schedule and release dates.

Could you please post a link to the updated project schedule, because I
seem unable to find it on the project web site.

TIA,
Markus
Re: Hibachi binaries are now available [message #565652 is a reply to message #3559] Tue, 27 May 2008 15:39 Go to previous message
Denise Schmidt is currently offline Denise Schmidt
Messages: 66
Registered: July 2009
Member
The post below indicated a release would be available around this time.
Is that still on schedule? A few more developers on my team are about to
try using Hibachi so if there is a newer release about to be provided, I'd
like to let them know. Thanks.

Denise

Tom GROSMAN wrote:

> We have put up the first binary builds on the eclipse.org servers. To access
> them, go to the Hibachi homepage (www.eclipse.org/hibachi) and click on the
> Downloads link on the left menu. We have not created a update site on the
> Eclipse servers for this 'Integration" build.

> Since this is the first integration build (the release will be in a month)
> of the plugin, there will likely be some interesting "features" that users
> encounter. I remind everyone that bugzilla is used to consult, update and
> create bugs, as well as submit bug fixes. So if you don't yet have and
> account, I strongly encourage you to create one at
> http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs

> Documentation exists in the plugin, more is on the way. I encourage you to
> contribute, including to the Hibachi wiki, also accesible via the project
> homepage.

> Tom Grosman
> Hibachi Project Lead
Re: Hibachi binaries are now available [message #565672 is a reply to message #3722] Mon, 16 June 2008 14:45 Go to previous message
Adam Haselhuhn is currently offline Adam Haselhuhn
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Denise,

I apologize for the slow response. The official release review has been
delayed until July 16th. However, the release review is simply a formal
process followed for each release to document the specifics of the release.
It is unlikely that the binaries will change as a result of the release
review.

We will keep the Hibachi project homepage and this newsgroup informed
regarding updates to project schedule and release dates.

Adam Haselhuhn
Hibachi project committer



"Denise Schmidt" <denise.schmidt@lmco.com> wrote in message
news:b3c04532298f39572f1e10f37e560e2a$1@www.eclipse.org...
> The post below indicated a release would be available around this time.
> Is that still on schedule? A few more developers on my team are about to
> try using Hibachi so if there is a newer release about to be provided, I'd
> like to let them know. Thanks.
>
> Denise
>
> Tom GROSMAN wrote:
>
>> We have put up the first binary builds on the eclipse.org servers. To
>> access them, go to the Hibachi homepage (www.eclipse.org/hibachi) and
>> click on the Downloads link on the left menu. We have not created a
>> update site on the Eclipse servers for this 'Integration" build.
>
>> Since this is the first integration build (the release will be in a
>> month) of the plugin, there will likely be some interesting "features"
>> that users encounter. I remind everyone that bugzilla is used to consult,
>> update and create bugs, as well as submit bug fixes. So if you don't yet
>> have and account, I strongly encourage you to create one at
>> http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs
>
>> Documentation exists in the plugin, more is on the way. I encourage you
>> to contribute, including to the Hibachi wiki, also accesible via the
>> project homepage.
>
>> Tom Grosman
>> Hibachi Project Lead
>
Re: Hibachi binaries are now available [message #565688 is a reply to message #4040] Mon, 28 July 2008 12:14 Go to previous message
Markus Schöpflin is currently offline Markus Schöpflin
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Adam Haselhuhn wrote:

> Denise,
>
> I apologize for the slow response. The official release review has been
> delayed until July 16th. However, the release review is simply a formal
> process followed for each release to document the specifics of the release.
> It is unlikely that the binaries will change as a result of the release
> review.

Are there any news on this?

> We will keep the Hibachi project homepage and this newsgroup informed
> regarding updates to project schedule and release dates.

Could you please post a link to the updated project schedule, because I
seem unable to find it on the project web site.

TIA,
Markus
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