|Project update [message #768844]
||Tue, 20 December 2011 23:03
| Stephan Herrmann
Registered: July 2009
Where have I been the last weeks?|
It seems some of the last milestone releases I never actually announced.
In fact, the better part of my time for Eclipse has gone into the JDT, notably into the support for annotation-based null analysis .
For some time this feature was an excellent show case for Object Teams .
While it's a pity I had to give up using OT/J it's also a thrill to contribute this new feature for all users of the JDT.
Secretly during all that, also the New&Noteworthy for the OTDT milestone releases have accumulated some interesting improvements, please have a look . Yes, that's right, that document reflects the status of OTDT 2.1 M4 which got recently shipped as part of the Eclipse Juno Simulaneous Release Train.
Another change behind the scenes has happened: the Object Teams source repository has been migrated from SVN to GIT. While I still have some issues with Git every now and then (and EGit has issues understanding what I want it to do ) it feels good to live in a space where bug reports are being considered and the tooling continuously improves (frankly, for Subversive I gave up on this). Quite to my surprise, migrating the build from SVN to GIT was actually "almost smooth"
Yes, fixing bugs in ad-hoc local branches is great and, no, I still don't do most of my commits while being disconnected on a airplane.
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