Today I found a nice hint on a Cygwin forum on how to debug slow Bash auto-completion: set -vx What that does is that it make all the steps visible that the completion uses to come to a result. No you just have to look if one sticks out especially.
Today we started a new project for creating a Maven plugin for OpenFastTrace. This will allow you to trace requirements not only with the command line and Gradle but also with Maven! The project is still in its early stage but you can already trace requirements with the default configuration and a first integration test […]
Today we released version 0.6.0 of the Gradle plugin which includes OpenFastTrace 2.2.0 and supports HTML reports.
Today we released OpenFastTrace 2.2.0. As the main new feature the HTML report now shows a trace summary and a small table-of-contents. Additionally we focused the README on GitHub on OFT users rather than developers and move the developer topics to the new developer guide.