- The Kepler release is of course still
in progress and there could be changes that are not yet documented. The
only potential issues I can think of are related to the change to CBI build,
but that has not been rolled out in the Kepler stream yet and the impact
(if any) hasn't been fully assessed.
- I expect in the end the Kepler release
will have very few migration issues compared to past releases. The main
areas of focus have been new platforms (GTK+ 3, Win 8), support for Java
8, and performance and bug fixing in the platform user interface. All Java
8 work is happening in separate branches and won't be part of Kepler, and
the platform work should have no impact on previously existing platforms.
Overall, there is very little work going on in Kepler that would have impact
- If anyone has good suggestions on
presentable HTML links for pages in Git, I would love to hear them. Currently,
we are just copying the porting guide to our web page at the very end of
the release  but it would be nice to have a stable link to the current
state of the guide in master as well.
Max Rydahl Andersen
mailing list of the Eclipse project." <eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>,
01/16/2013 05:15 AM
Missing migration notes or are Kepler perfect compatible
with Juno and previous releases ? :)
We (JBoss Tools/Developer Studio team) are doing our annual check of compatibility
with next eclipse release and I spotted that there are no migration notes
at all for Kepler this year ?