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(New page: Tasks to do * Rename in packages/files ** org.devzuz.q to org.eclipse.iam * Support legacy naming ** classpath container ** markers)
 
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* Rename in packages/files
 
* Rename in packages/files
** org.devzuz.q to org.eclipse.iam
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** org.devzuz.q.maven to org.eclipse.iam
  
 
* Support legacy naming
 
* Support legacy naming
 
** classpath container
 
** classpath container
 
** markers
 
** markers
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* Make uniform use of the maven conventions (some projects have source code on src, some on src/main/java)
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* Rename the plug-in "org.eclipse.iam.maven.dependencyviewer" to "org.eclipse.iam.maven.dependency.viewer" (i.e. split that last segment in two)
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This is to match the dependency.analisys plug-in. It makes sense to have them sharing the same naming scheme.
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* Related to the previous one, move the org.devzuz.q.maven.dependency.* in the dependency viewer to org.eclipse.iam.dependency.viewer (insert the "viewer" segment that is currently missing).

Revision as of 00:20, 3 November 2008

Tasks to do

  • Rename in packages/files
    • org.devzuz.q.maven to org.eclipse.iam
  • Support legacy naming
    • classpath container
    • markers
  • Make uniform use of the maven conventions (some projects have source code on src, some on src/main/java)
  • Rename the plug-in "org.eclipse.iam.maven.dependencyviewer" to "org.eclipse.iam.maven.dependency.viewer" (i.e. split that last segment in two)

This is to match the dependency.analisys plug-in. It makes sense to have them sharing the same naming scheme.

  • Related to the previous one, move the org.devzuz.q.maven.dependency.* in the dependency viewer to org.eclipse.iam.dependency.viewer (insert the "viewer" segment that is currently missing).