Need a tool for tracking your working time? Try WhiteRabbit! We just release version 1.0.0 on GitHub. You can start it via WebStart (see https://whiterabbit.chp1.net/) or download it from https://github.com/itsallcode/white-rabbit/releases/tag/v1.0.0.
It took a while but now we finally released version 0.7.0 containing the Gradle plugin for OpenFastTrace 3.0.2. There where some issues that delayed the release: The configuration of plugins changed in Gradle 6.0. The old API is deprecated and will be removed in Gradle 7.0, so we had to migrate to the new API. […]
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 […]
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 […]
To keep track of my working time I wrote a small time recording tool called White Rabbit. You can find it at https://github.com/itsallcode/white-rabbit. Features Simple text user interface Records begin, end and interruption of your working day Data storage in human readable json files, one file per month Manual interruptions: press i to start and […]
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 I want to thank the author of recoverjpg, Samuel Tardieu. This tool is proof that “do one thing, do it well” results in the most useful software. A family member brought an SD card back from a vacation trip abroad and the filesystem broke when she plugged the card into her Mac. Needless to […]
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 […]