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Object Teams in Print

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Today I received my hard copy of the German Eclipse Magazin issue 3.10, which features a 4-pages article on Object Teams, so if you want to let a colleague know about Object Teams (and if that colleague understands German) give him/her a copy of that Magazin 🙂

The article gives an overview of …

… and summarizes the gains in flexibility and maintainability.

There are a few errata which I’d like to correct here:

  • The pictures of figures 1 & 2 are swapped
  • Some text in table 1 is unrelated to Object Teams, in the manuscript it reads:
    Ende 2001 Beginn der Arbeiten an der Technischen Universität Berlin
    2003-2006 Kooperation TU Berlin & Fraunhofer FIRST, gefördert mit Mitteln des BMBF
    2005 erste öffentliche Präsentation des OTDT
    2006 erste Plug-ins mit OT/Equinox geschrieben
    März 2007 Version 1.0.0 des OTDT veröffentlicht
    2007-2010 Kontinuierliche Verbesserungen, Versionen 1.1.0 – 1.4.0
    Januar 2010 Eclipse Object Teams Projekt kreiert, Beginn des Umzuges
  • The CD claims to contain the Object Teams Development Tooling, however, you’ll only find the jar of the command line compiler. But no problem, simply visit the download page and you’ll find all you need to install the OTDT into Eclipse 3.6 M6 (or earlier versions)

Edit: The magazine has provided an online version with these errata fixed.

Enjoy the read!

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Written by Stephan Herrmann

March 28, 2010 at 00:37

Posted in Eclipse, Object Teams

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One Response

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  1. Congrats on the magazine mention! I hope more people find out about ObjectTeams.

    I’m looking forward to great things from the ObjectTeams transition to Eclipse.org

    Chris Aniszczyk

    March 28, 2010 at 01:12


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