jUCMNav v2.2.2

Download

Update site

From binaries

Requirements

Operating Systems

  • Windows XP (tested) :check:
  • Linux (tested) :check:
  • MacOS X (tested) :check:
  • Any other O/S on which you can run Eclipse (currently untested - please report your success!)

JDK

Prerequisites

  • For more in-depth information and a guide about installation of prerequisites, see DevDocDeployment.
  • Eclipse
    • jUCMNav 2.2 requires Eclipse 3.2
    • We recommend you download the Eclipse SDK.
  • The Graphical Editing Framework
    • jUCMNav 2.2 requires GEF 3.2
    • We recommend you download the SDK or runtime.
    • This can be installed through the Eclipse update function, select the "Callisto discovery site" update site already listed.
  • The Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF and SDO)
    • jUCMNav 2.2 requires EMF/SDO 2.2
    • We recommend you download the SDK or runtime, but make sure you get EMF and SDO; the plugin will not work otherwise.
    • This can be installed through the Eclipse update function, select the "Callisto discovery site" update site already listed.
  • [Optional] GraphViz dot

Release Notes

Installation

From update site:

From binaries:
  • Download and install all prerequisites, then copy the jar file into your /eclipse/plugins/ directory. Restart Eclipse.
  • If you've installed jUCMNav from a latest build instead of an official release, make sure you remove the latest builds.

Help

  • End-user documentation is integrated with the Eclipse help system. Access Help > Help Contents from the Eclipse workbench, then select topic jUCMNav Online Help.

Reporting Bugs / Usability Requests

  • Send your bug reports to jucmnav-dev@softwareengineering.ca.
  • Include reproduction steps, sample .jucm files and, if applicable, copy-paste the error log messages.
  • If you're zealous enough, we'll create a BugZilla account for you smile

Enhancements / Fixes since 2.2.1

  • Misc bug fixes and usability enhancements.
  • Scenario code editor now can editor sets of responsibilities / conditions without having to return back to the map.
  • Scenario code editor now can edit label/description for conditions, name/description for responsibilities.
  • Added jUCMNav Execution Perspective
  • Added support for enumerations
  • Added duplication of scenario/strategies and scenario/strategy groups.
  • Added Export to HTML (Many thanks to Alireza Pourshahid and Pengfei Chen)

Known Issues in 2.2.2

  • Scenarios
    • Traversal algorithm is still very simple, not all semantic interpretations are in their final state.
    • Hitcount is currently algorithm dependant. Some elements are artificially inflated if we pause on them.
    • We want to know your suggestions for UI improvement for common tasks.
  • Autolayout still a prototype
  • User documentation not translated yet.
  • User documentation only partially reflects integration of GRL and scenarios.

-- JasonKealey - 16 Nov 2006
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Nov 2006, JasonKealey
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