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[dsdp-tm-dev] Re: RSE 1.0 testing round 2 - daily bulletin

Hello Burak,

if you want to help out on Target Management, you are more thank welcome!

It works for us the same like for all Eclipse projects: You start by looking at some bug reports that you find interesting (perhaps some that you filed yourself?), Assign to yourself if you think
you can work on it and create a bugfix.

You then attach the bugfix as a patch to the bug entry. A committer will review your patch
and incorporate it into the source base.

Once you have submitted some good fixes, and you get known to the developer community, a committer can nominate you to become committer. You'll then get write access to the
repository yourself.

There are currently some bug fixes desperately needed. If you want, you can look at those
assigned to me -- mostly content assist related stuff:
153278 <> enh P3 martin.oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 1.0 [shells] content assist should interpret $HOME, ~ characters 158765 <> maj P2 martin.oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 1.0 Command is not sent on ENTER in dstore-windows shell 158766 <> maj P2 martin.oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 1.0 Content Assist does not work on Windows-local, Linux-local and Windows-dstore shells 160785 <> nor P3 martin.oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 1.0 remote shell content assist does not work for environment variables as advertised by help 160786 <> cri P2 martin.oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 1.0 remote shell - ctrl-m maximizes and sends command buffer

It would be good to look at the "critical" first, then the "major" ones.
Most of the content assist code should be in

Let me know if you need any help getting started with setting up a workspace etc. The most important things you need to know are available from the developer page:
--> See "Team Project Sets", and "Committer HOWTO"


Ali Burak Kulakli schrieb:

Many thanks for your words of me. I am really flattered. I might have found no bugs or more. That's a bit of luck actually. I hope some day I will play a big part of an Eclipse project. It was a little but important start for me :) Regards,

Martin Oberhuber
Wind River Systems, Inc.
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member

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