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Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #36234] Mon, 24 May 2004 22:35 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: sfodoug.hotmail.com

I haven't seen any updates in quite some time about the forthcoming
Lancaster release. Anyone care to comment on what the current thinking is
on the release schedule? Is it waiting for the AspectJ 1.2 release? The
Eclipse 3.0 release? Both?

Happy with AJDT 1.1.x so far... just curious...

Thanks,
--Doug
Re: Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #36890 is a reply to message #36234] Fri, 28 May 2004 11:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: ijuma82.hotmail.com

Doug Eclipse wrote:

> I haven't seen any updates in quite some time about the forthcoming
> Lancaster release. Anyone care to comment on what the current thinking is
> on the release schedule? Is it waiting for the AspectJ 1.2 release? The
> Eclipse 3.0 release? Both?
> (...)

I have the same questions. :)

Is there anyone that can answer them?

Regards,
Ismael
Re: Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #36924 is a reply to message #36890] Fri, 28 May 2004 14:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: clemas.uk.ibm.com

The AJDT team are working on two parallel tracks right now, some of them
are continuing to work on Lancaster but in the immediate term what we
are trying to do is roll out Lancaster features on the AJDT 1.1 stream
so we can get feedback from you.

Recent AJDT releases have simply incorporated new versions of AspectJ
but the next one (1.1.11) will include an overhauled system for managing
build configurations, the new visualiser and better feedback in terms of
how the crosscutting is affecting your files (better gutter annotations).

Right now I don't think I can say when lancaster will be out, but I can
say when it won't be out - it won't be out in June or July I don't think.

Andy.
===
AspectJ/AJDT development.
Re: Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #37021 is a reply to message #36924] Mon, 31 May 2004 11:55 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: ijuma82.hotmail.com

Andy Clement wrote:

> The AJDT team are working on two parallel tracks right now, some of them
> are continuing to work on Lancaster but in the immediate term what we
> are trying to do is roll out Lancaster features on the AJDT 1.1 stream
> so we can get feedback from you.

> Recent AJDT releases have simply incorporated new versions of AspectJ
> but the next one (1.1.11) will include an overhauled system for managing
> build configurations, the new visualiser and better feedback in terms of
> how the crosscutting is affecting your files (better gutter annotations).

> Right now I don't think I can say when lancaster will be out, but I can
> say when it won't be out - it won't be out in June or July I don't think.

> Andy.
> ===
> AspectJ/AJDT development.

Thank you for the information and keep up the great work. :)

Regards,
Ismael
Re: Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #580309 is a reply to message #36234] Fri, 28 May 2004 11:46 Go to previous message
Ismael Juma is currently offline Ismael JumaFriend
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Doug Eclipse wrote:

> I haven't seen any updates in quite some time about the forthcoming
> Lancaster release. Anyone care to comment on what the current thinking is
> on the release schedule? Is it waiting for the AspectJ 1.2 release? The
> Eclipse 3.0 release? Both?
> (...)

I have the same questions. :)

Is there anyone that can answer them?

Regards,
Ismael
Re: Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #580339 is a reply to message #36890] Fri, 28 May 2004 14:36 Go to previous message
Andrew Clement is currently offline Andrew ClementFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The AJDT team are working on two parallel tracks right now, some of them
are continuing to work on Lancaster but in the immediate term what we
are trying to do is roll out Lancaster features on the AJDT 1.1 stream
so we can get feedback from you.

Recent AJDT releases have simply incorporated new versions of AspectJ
but the next one (1.1.11) will include an overhauled system for managing
build configurations, the new visualiser and better feedback in terms of
how the crosscutting is affecting your files (better gutter annotations).

Right now I don't think I can say when lancaster will be out, but I can
say when it won't be out - it won't be out in June or July I don't think.

Andy.
===
AspectJ/AJDT development.
Re: Timeline for Lancaster release? [message #580414 is a reply to message #36924] Mon, 31 May 2004 11:55 Go to previous message
Ismael Juma is currently offline Ismael JumaFriend
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Andy Clement wrote:

> The AJDT team are working on two parallel tracks right now, some of them
> are continuing to work on Lancaster but in the immediate term what we
> are trying to do is roll out Lancaster features on the AJDT 1.1 stream
> so we can get feedback from you.

> Recent AJDT releases have simply incorporated new versions of AspectJ
> but the next one (1.1.11) will include an overhauled system for managing
> build configurations, the new visualiser and better feedback in terms of
> how the crosscutting is affecting your files (better gutter annotations).

> Right now I don't think I can say when lancaster will be out, but I can
> say when it won't be out - it won't be out in June or July I don't think.

> Andy.
> ===
> AspectJ/AJDT development.

Thank you for the information and keep up the great work. :)

Regards,
Ismael
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