We'll review your code asap. I think also we might create a
"git-tools-forge-addon" repository in forge organization to distribute that.
May you and your family also have a happy new year.
Em 31/12/2013, às 15:33, "Ivan St. Ivanov"
A few hours before 2013 is over, I am very happy to announce that the git-tools plugin
from Forge 1 is finally migrated to a Forge 2 addon.
I have transformed the missing functionality and the tests in Forge core addon style:
different projects for api, addon, impl (containing the UI commands) and tests. The tests
are passing both in Eclipse and in Maven. I have added javadoc to the APIs,
README.asciidoc file and some man commands.
I haven't yet issued a pull request for two reasons:
* I am not sure whether you will want git-tools in the core repository or you may want it
in another one
* I expect some feedback from your side on my work
You can access the addon code here: https://github.com/ivannov/core/tree/FORGE-1128
you build it and install it in your local maven repository (Java 7 and Maven 3.1
required), you may install it by simply running (FORGE_HOME should be set to Forge 2):
forge --install git-tools
You can review the functionality in the README file:
As I have promised, I will send my feedback about the development experience in Forge 2.
I will also give you some feedback on the command line shell usage on Windows (and maybe
add some JIRAs to Antonio's list). And, Lincoln, I haven't forgot this:
At the end, I wish all of you and your families a very happy, healthy and successful
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