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* Implementation of the infrastructure and example simulated back-end servers for the simulated end-to-end environment;
 
* Implementation of the infrastructure and example simulated back-end servers for the simulated end-to-end environment;
* Presentation of a tutorial or long talk at EclipseCon 2008 about the device emulator framework, including the TM-integrated version, the VNC viewer and support to remote emulators, and also (possibly) a short talk about the simulated end-to-end environment.
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* Presentation of a tutorial or long talk at EclipseCon in March 2008 about the device emulator framework, including the TM-integrated version, the VNC viewer and support to remote emulators, and also (possibly) a short talk about the simulated end-to-end environment.
  
 
The first release of the TmL project ("TmL 1.0") should include the VNC viewer, the device emulator framework and the infrastructure for the simulated end-to-end environment, at a minimum. It is still under discussion, but it is estimated to happen after June 2008.
 
The first release of the TmL project ("TmL 1.0") should include the VNC viewer, the device emulator framework and the infrastructure for the simulated end-to-end environment, at a minimum. It is still under discussion, but it is estimated to happen after June 2008.

Revision as of 14:51, 5 July 2007

TmL Roadmap 2007-2008

This roadmap covers the period from July 2007 to June 2008. During this period, there are two main milestones:

  • The TmL Continuation Review in December 2007; and
  • The Eclipse Ganymede Release in June 2008.

The objectives of the TmL team for the period from July to December 2007 include:

  • Contribute the VNC client view component (also known as the VNC viewer), which can be used either as an independent component (i.e. an independent plug-in) or as part of the emulator framework;
  • Contribute the TM-independent version of the device emulator framework, including an example emulator plug-in (probably QEmu ARM);
  • Contribute the TM-integrated version of the device emulator framework, including the "adapter" classes and packages required to allow interworking of the emulator framework and the TM infrastructure and an example emulator plug-in (probably the same QEmu ARM);
  • Contribute the classes and packages required to allow for use of the VNC viewer together with both variations of the emulator framework;
  • Contribute the components that add support to remote emulators to the device emulator framework, including an example emulator plug-in to be executed remotely;
  • Presentation of a long talk at Eclipse Summit Europe in October 2007 describing the device emulator framework (including a demo of an example emulator plug-in), the current project status and the plans for the simulated end-to-end environment.

From January to June 2008 the plans include:

  • Implementation of the infrastructure and example simulated back-end servers for the simulated end-to-end environment;
  • Presentation of a tutorial or long talk at EclipseCon in March 2008 about the device emulator framework, including the TM-integrated version, the VNC viewer and support to remote emulators, and also (possibly) a short talk about the simulated end-to-end environment.

The first release of the TmL project ("TmL 1.0") should include the VNC viewer, the device emulator framework and the infrastructure for the simulated end-to-end environment, at a minimum. It is still under discussion, but it is estimated to happen after June 2008.

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