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This document is about the development progress for the eTrice release 0.3
The release deliverables consist of the following items:
In order to remain up-to-date, each Eclipse release targets reasonably current versions of the underlying operating environments. The eTrice project depends upon the Platform and other projects, which are mostly "pure" Java. The 0.3.0 release of the eTrice Project is written and compiled against the Juno APIs, and targeted to run on version 1.6 of the Java Runtime Environment, Standard Edition. eTrice will be tested and validated against a subset of target environments listed for the platform.
eTrice aims at real-time and embedded developers. All texts come by default in English only, no internationalization is planned.
There will be additional features in models and code generators, leading to limited compatibility.
With the third release of eTrice consolidation and integration of various contributions are the main themes.
Exisiting features will be consolidated. Some minor features are missing in the C generator, others are missing in the Java generator. We will add more test to get a better coverage of tested features. We will also do some re-factorings and round-offs where appropriate.
Summer 2012 we had three Google Summer of Code students working on eTrice projects
A first version of the C++ generator and runtime was contributed which we will integrate to make it available to the community.
The documentation will be completed and more tutorials will be added.
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