+1 from me. Looks quite satisfactory for
a "0.1.0" release.
The following comments are not part
of the "PMC Review" ... just comments from a "naive user's"
point of view.
One part of the "docu-ware"
I found a little confusing (well ... many of the acronyms and standards
I didn't really understand, but assume someone "in that field"
would understand them, just fine) ... but, the confusing part to me was
at the very beginning .... "will provide an update
site for installing its features on top of an existing Eclipse installation
as well as a standalone RCP."
I'm sure it'd be obvious "in practice" but not
sure how to install a "standalone RCP app" from an update site.
I mean, you have to start with something?
I can imagine several ways to do it, or, maybe you meant
the RCP app is a separate download?
Again, don't mean any of that as "negative"
towards a release. Was just something that sort of jumped out at me, and
made me wonder what that meant.
Thanks for the contributions. It looks like very useful
software. Not sure why it was "split out" from the Linux Tools
project ... but, from what I did understand of the description, looks like
it would be very useful to Linux developers. (I assume that's the target
audience? Or, is it more for administrators?).
Good luck, and thanks again for your contributions.
Bernd Hufmann <bernd.hufmann@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
02/26/2015 06:31 AM
PMC Approval Requested for Trace Compass release
Dear PMC Members,
The Trace Compass project would like PMC approval for the Trace Compass
0.1.0 release that is scheduled for February 27, 2015. This is the
initial release for this project after moving the source code from the
Eclipse Linux Tools project.