The first release candidate build for TextUML Toolkit 1.7 is now available! If you already have the Toolkit already installed, please update now. If you don’t, the easiest way to install it is via the marketplace client (built into Eclipse 3.6). Or else, point the Eclipse update manager to http://abstratt.com/update.
Here is a summary of the new features:
- the editor will auto-format your source files as you save them (you must turn this feature on via the TextUML preference page)
- fine control over the outline contents (you can toggle attributes, operations and inner associations on and off via the TextUML preference page) – thanks to Attila Bak for contributing this feature.
- notation features: you can apply stereotypes to parameters, and you can declare attributes as read-only – also, attributes are now public by default.
More details here.
If you find any issues, please let us know (here or on the forum) so we can fix them before declaring a release.