Long time, no see

The previous blog post was published more than one year ago. That’s why it’s high time for an update. We where busy in the last weeks preparing some new releases for you! OpenFastTrace 3.0.2 This major release contains these changes: The project now requires Java 11 for building and running. We re-structured the packages to […]

New project structure for OpenFastTrace

We are happy to announce the latest release 2.3.5 of OpenFastTrace. In this release we split the source code into sub-modules for api, importers, exporters etc. This has some advantages: The dependencies of plugins are now enforced by the compiler. It is not possible that e.g. the specobject exporter depends on the specobject importer. Developers […]

Gradle plugin upgraded to OpenFastTrace 2.1.0

After releasing OpenFastTrace 2.1.0 it was high time to release the corresponding Gradle plugin in version 0.5.0. This is a drop-in update, just update the version number and benefit from the features and bugfixes of OFT 2.1.0. During the release process we also fixed the sonar analysis and some sonar warnings. We also used the […]

OpenFastTrace Gradle plugin 0.4.0 released

Today we released version 0.4.0 of the OpenFastTrace Gradle plugin. This is the first version that can be considered production ready. It was successfully integrated into a real life commercial project using the following features: Software architecture design (Swad) imported as a dependency from a maven repository Software detailed design (Swdd) written in MarkDown Coverage […]

Publishing to Maven Central

We already publish openfasttrace to JCenter, see openfasttrace distribution. Using libraries from JCenter in a Gradle build only requires adding repositories { jcenter() } to your build.gradle. You can do the same with maven by adding the following to your pom.xml: <repositories>   <repository>     <id>central</id>     <name>bintray</name>     <url>http://jcenter.bintray.com</url>   </repository> </repositories> But we […]