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PDT Project Plan for 2.0 Release
Last revised: $Date: 2008/11/27 23:00:06 $
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This document lays out the feature and API set for the next release of the PDT project, release 2.0.
PDT 2.0 is planned to be released on December 2008. The project will be based on the Eclipse Ganymede release.
The release deliverables are:
PDT builds are available weekly as Integration builds. PDT Milestone Releases are approximately every six weeks of integration builds.
Following the final milestone, release candidates will begin. There should be at least two release candidates before the actual release. Scheduled release candidates should end one week before the release.
PDT 2.0 will support all operating environments supported by the Eclipse 3.4 Platform itself. For a list of supported environments, refer to Eclipse Project for a list of reference platforms.