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==Support for Git==
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==The Helios release of Buckminster has the following new and noteworthy features.
A new reader type was added that enables Buckminster to use git repositories. Buckminster will always use a local repository but is also capable of creating and updating it as a clone from a remote source.
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*Support for Git
==Headless JUnit and Eclemma (code coverage) support==
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*Headless JUnit and Eclemma (code coverage) support
New headless commands are available to start JUit tests and Emma Code Coverage
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*Comprehensive documentation available
==Comprehensive documentation available==
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*Graphical dependency visualizer
 
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*Much improved target platform support
==Graphical dependency visualizer==
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*Provisioning and management of API baseline
==Much improved target platform support==
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*New EMF based editors for MSPEC and RMAP
==provisioning and management of API baseline==
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*Reader type for Team Project Set (.psf) files
==New EMF based editors for MSPEC and RMAP==
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*p2 site size reduction to 1/3 using improved pack200 support
==Reader type for Team Project Set (.psf) files==
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*Omni Version support
==p2 site size reduction to 1/3 using improved pack200 support==
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*Qualifier generator using Build Identifier
==Omni Version support==
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*LDAP style filters on RMAP providers, CQUERY advisors, and MSPEC nodes
==Qualifier generator using Build Identifier==
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*Smart version range generation for feature ‘includes'
==LDAP style filters on RMAP providers, CQUERY advisors, and MSPEC nodes==
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*Support for category.xml files
==Smart version range generation for feature ‘includes’==
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*Headless 'install JRE' support
==Support for category.xml files==
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*Better defaults often renders the MSPEC unnecessary
==Headless 'install JRE' support==
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*Using new p2 API, p2 ‘pure’ reader, and separate p2 agent
==Better defaults often renders the MSPEC unnecessary==
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==Using new p2 API, p2 ‘pure’ reader, and separate p2 agent==
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Revision as of 06:20, 20 April 2010

==The Helios release of Buckminster has the following new and noteworthy features.

  • Support for Git
  • Headless JUnit and Eclemma (code coverage) support
  • Comprehensive documentation available
  • Graphical dependency visualizer
  • Much improved target platform support
  • Provisioning and management of API baseline
  • New EMF based editors for MSPEC and RMAP
  • Reader type for Team Project Set (.psf) files
  • p2 site size reduction to 1/3 using improved pack200 support
  • Omni Version support
  • Qualifier generator using Build Identifier
  • LDAP style filters on RMAP providers, CQUERY advisors, and MSPEC nodes
  • Smart version range generation for feature ‘includes'
  • Support for category.xml files
  • Headless 'install JRE' support
  • Better defaults often renders the MSPEC unnecessary
  • Using new p2 API, p2 ‘pure’ reader, and separate p2 agent

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