Monday, May 14, 2012

What's cooking in the EDT kitchen? - May 14

This is the latest weekly blog post designed to let you know what's being cooked up for the next version of EDT.  In case you missed it, read last week's post.

Last week the EDT chefs served a few new dishes along with some old favorites.  (Also, I found a really old onion in the back of the refrigerator, and something that might be a new kind of cheese.)

Here's what's been happening:

IDE Usability
  • Update searching and indexing for EGLARs
  • Make a "library" entry in the EGL Path of an EGLAR for the built-in types
  • Implement a read-only editor for files in EGLARs
  • Prototype extensible validation
  • Support for foreach loop on arrays
  • Add new bit-manipulation operators
  • Wrote new tests, with hundreds of new variations, for the test phase of 0.8.1 Milestone 1, and began running the tests
  • Investigate integrating with new mobile technologies
  • Support the 2012 IBM Rational EGL Programming contest, open to university students in China (the page is in Chinese)

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