XSL Release Plan
The following is a tentative schedule of dates for the XSL Tooling Project. An official release date has not been set, and the best answer at this time is "when it's ready." With that said, the XSL Tool Project will be following closely the WTP Release schedule, but will not be included in the Ganymede release.
About Version Numbering
Since the XSL Tooling project is based off of initial code contributions from both the X-Assist and OrangeVolt.com Eclipse XSLT editors. It was decided that that initial version would start off at 0.5. XSL Tools 0.5 was released on August 13, 2008. The current version in development is 1.0. The first M build will start with M1 to better signify what version of WST should be used. XSL Tools 1.0 is planned to be released with Galileo.
The plan information in regards to prior releases of XSL Tools can be found below:
The first public build version is scheduled for January 21, 2008, and will be 0.5M4. To this affect the XSL Tooling project will aim to follow the build schedule of WTP.
Please only select items that you feel you can complete. If there is a feature listed in the requirements page, that doesn't have a bug please create one for it as well. Anything that is planned to be worked on should have a bug entered to track it's progress.
Please Review the current backlog and add the appropriate target milestone only in the iteration you plan to work on it.
Note that prior milestones before 1.0M7 may not correctly display, since XSL Tools has now moved into the WTP Source Editor and all targets were reset prior to 1.0m7.
Goals: Integration with Web Tools Platform 3.1
1.0M1 Build Declared: August 26, 2008
Goals: Refactor Debugging, XSL Content Assistance improvements.
Build Declared: September 26, 2008
Goals: Debugger, Templates View, Project Level Validation, EXSLT support
- Goals Addressed: Project Level Validation
Goals: Debugger, Templates View
Goals: XPath 2.0, XPath View
- Goals Addressed: PsychoPath Xpath 2.0, XPath 2.0 validation, XPath View
Goals: Stabilization, Documentation
Goals: Stabilization, More Code Coverage, SDK Documentation