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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Subclipse 1.0.0 Released

From: Denny Valliant <valliant_at_unm.edu>
Date: 2006-04-12 23:17:11 CEST

Woohoo!!! 1.0!!! I feel privileged to bear witness to this event. [=

Great accomplishment, CONGREATULATIONS!!!

Thanks to all involved! I know how difficult a plugin of this
complexity is to produce. Or at
least now have an inkling. ;-) What a team effort. Hearty slaps to the
backs of the core devs!

Good call on the versioning Mark, I like the idea.

Well hot dang, now I'm feeling motivated... and what a lovely feeling!


Mark Phippard wrote:

>I am pleased to announce the release of Subclipse 1.0.0. It is available
>on the update sites and as a zipped download.
>NOTE: The Eclipse auto-update mechanism will not install an update to a
>new major version number. The easiest thing to do is to just follow the
>first time install instructions:
>After you have the 1.0.0 release successfully installed, it would also be
>a good time to cleanup old versions of Subclipse. Find your install
>directory and remove the folders for old versions from the features and
>plugins folders of your install.
>This release of Subclipse support Eclipse 3.0.0 up to the current 3.2
>Milestone builds. Future versions of Subclipse will support and odd/even
>numbering scheme. So the next official release will be 1.2.0 and it will
>likely require Eclipse 3.1.0 as the minimum Eclipse level. We will
>continue to backport bugfixes to the 1.0.x branch and produce new releases
>in the 1.0.x versions for Eclipse 3.0 users.
>The Subclipse development process has been a long one and has involved a
>lot of people. Rather than list the features in Subclipse 1.0.0, I would
>rather list all of the people that have contributed to the development of
>Subclipse and offer my thanks for the time and effort they have
>contributed to make this a successful project. Included at the end of
>this message is an alphabetical listing of people that are either
>committers to the Subclipse project or have submitted patches. This is
>all based on what I could find in our repository log, so I apologize if I
>have missed anyone.
>Finally, I'd like to just extend a special thanks to Alexander Kitaev at
>TMate Software. His JavaSVN library and the support that he provides for
>it has been an essential component of making this release possible.
>Subclipse Contributors:
>Klaus Akin
>Jennifer Bevan
>Daniel Bradby
>Erich Bratton
>Ian Brockbank
>Martin Burger
>CÚdric Chabanois
>Steve Chuang
>Andy Cutright
>Aaron Digulla
>Joerg Eichhorn
>Stephen Elsemore
>John M Flinchbaugh
>Brock Janiczak
>Alexander Kitaev
>Panagiotis Korros
>Mathias Kramer
>Eugene Kuleshov
>Marc Lennox
>Martin Letenay
>McClain Looney
>Paul Lorenz
>Kenny MacDermid
>Ian McDougall
>Magnus Naeslund
>Takashi Okamoto
>Karim Osman
>Mark Phippard
>Daniel Rall
>Philip Schatz
>Marc Sherman
>C.K. So
>Jesper Steen M°ller
>Yae Suzuki
>Paul Thiel
>Denny Valiant
>Uwe Voigt
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