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Eclipse Scout (Luna Release)
EARLY WORKING DRAFT, NOT YET REVIEWED
- Schedule: Schedule
- Overview: Release overview
- Platform Plan: Platform plan
- Reports: Reports
- List: Participating Projects
New and Noteworthy
New and Noteworthy is now provided for every milestone.
Scout Release Review Documentation
- TODO - Docuware for the Scout 3.10.0 release review
Change Requests and Bugfixes in the Scout 3.10 Release: Bugzilla 3.10.0
All of Eclipse Scout is "pure" Java code and has no direct dependence on the underlying operating system. The chief dependence is therefore on the Java Runtime (JRE) itself. The Scout 3.10 release of is still compatible with Java SE 6. Most users of Scout, however, will probably want to run their project with the most curent version of Java 7. Support for Java 8 is still experimental at the moment.
|Java Version||Support for Scout Runtime/SDK|
|6||supported (on Windows/Linux)|
For the Luna release of Scout we recommend developing Scout with eclipse Luna (4.4) and using Eclipse 3.8 as a target platform. Scout is still using the compatibility layer for the eclipse 3.x stream. (See Scout/Targets for more detail).
The following Eclipse platforms are supported:
|Eclipse Version||Scout Runtime||Scout SDK|
|RAP Version||Scout Runtime|
The web UI for Scout is based on RAP (Version 2.2) and therefore only supports the browser version supported by RAP:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 9
- Google Chrome 7+
- Firefox 9+
- Safari 5+
- Android 3 (Limited)
We focus our testing on a handful of popular combinations (OS, HW Arch, Java VM, Eclipse platform); these are our reference platforms. Scout undoubtedly runs fine in many operating environments beyond the reference platforms we test. However, since we do not systematically test them we cannot vouch for them. Problems encountered when running Scout on a non-reference platform that cannot be recreated on any reference platform will be given lower priority than problems with running Scout on a reference platform.
Scout 3.10 will be tested and validated on the following reference platforms:
|Operating System||OS Version||Hardware||Java VM (vendor, version, arch)||Eclipse Platform (version, arch)|
|Windows||7||x86 32-bit||Oracle JDK 7, 32-bit||3.7.2, 32-bit|
|x86 64-bit||3.8.2, 32-bit|
|4.4, 32-bit, EPP|
|Oracle JDK 7, 64-bit||4.4, 64-bit, EPP|
|Oracle JDK 8, 64-bit||4.4, 64-bit, EPP|
|8||x86 64-bit||Oracle JDK 7, 64-bit||4.4, 64-bit, EPP|
|Oracle JDK 8, 32-bit||4.4, 32-bit, EPP|
|Ubuntu Linux||13.10||x86 64-bit||OpenJDK 7, 64-bit||4.4, 64-bit, EPP|
|x86 32-bit||OpenJDK 7, 32-bit||4.4, 32-bit, EPP|
|Apple Mac OS||10.8||x86 64-bit||Oracle JDK 7, 64-bit||4.4, 32-bit, EPP|
|4.4, 64-bit, EPP|
Compatibility with Previous Releases
Scout RT 3.10 will NOT be compatible with Scout 3.9. How to migrate from 3.9 to 3.10 is described in Scout/Migration/3.10.
We try to make migration to new releases as easy as possible, however to keep our code clean and simple we need to change the API in new releases. There are no more API changes after milestone M6. API Compatibility rules are described in the coding guidelines in more detail.
Scout SDK 3.10 will NOT be compatible with Scout SDK 3.9. Currently, the Scout SDK API is not yet used frequently.
Some functionality will be dropped completely with Scout 3.10. We suppose this won't be an issue for most Scout projects.
- Eclipse Versions: The following eclipse versions that where previously supported or partially supported, are not supported anymore
- Scout RT: 3.4,3.5,4.2,4.3
- Scout SDK: 3.7
- Rap Versions: RAP 1.5 is not supported anymore, the current RAP version is 2.2
- Legacy Texts: The fragment org.eclipse.scout.rt.shared.legacy.texts.fragment will be removed
Ramp down Policy
We use daily builds. No API changes after M6, no new features after M7. In the RC phase only bugs marked P2 or higher or severity major or higher will be fixed.
Unit tests are executed during the nightly build of Eclipse Scout RT and Eclipse Scout SDK. The test suites contain simple unit tests as well as GUI tests. The latter are based on Scout's testing support bundles which is built on top of java.awt.Robot. Therefore our GUI tests require a fully-fledged desktop environment. The tests are currently executed on BSI's infrastructure.
Current Project Metrics
project metrics for Eclipse Scout provided on [ohloh]