Mylyn/SOC/A Wiki Integrated Task Editor
Student: Jingwen Ou
Mentor(s): Steffen Pingel
This project is part of Google Summer of Code 2008. It is formally renamed as WikiText.
The goal is to extend Mylyn’s task editor to provide generic wiki integration, supporting offline rich text editing with syntax highlight, auto-complete, structure outline and rich text preview. The basic mechanism is a source code parser that renders wiki syntax into HTML. Inputted with wiki code and an URL of the wiki system, the parser elegantly translates them into HTML before they are posted to the issue tracking systems. When displayed, any internal links of the bug reports will be directed to correspondent wiki systems.
Detailed proposal is available here: http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~jingweno/soc/SoC2008.pdf.
Here is a complete list of the milestones and release dates. Considering the status of Mylyn's ongoing refactoring, the date is subject to change.
|Milestone||Deadline||Planned items||Related bugs|
|M1||June 8||Textile-J integration||bug 234210|
|M2||June 29||rich text integration||bug 235222, bug 237131. bug 237504, bug 203670, bug 194269|
|M3||July 13||drop & drag of the source element to the task editor||bug 237831, bug 237974|
|M4||July 27||configuration setting of the rich text editor||bug 237500, bug 237678, bug 235439|
|M5||August 4||structure outline, code format & spell checking||this item may be canceled|
|RC1||August 10||critical bugs, performance improvement||bug 238038, bug 116487|
|Pencils down||August 18||final evaluations|
Getting the source
Here is the team project set to get all the source code. All new features would be available in Mylyn 3.1. Stay tuned...
All available features will be listed here.
|Screen shot of Mylyn's Bugzilla task editor with wiki styles||Developers can organize their comments and bug description in a wiki way. A WYSIWYG editor is not a dream anymore.|