Anthony Hunter | 15 Dec 19:57 2014
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[orion-dev] Deployed new build with Grep search to orion.eclipse.org

Hi Team,

I have deployed build eclipse-orion-I20141215-1753-linux.gtk.x86_64.zip to https://orion.eclipse.org

The server now has the "grep" search feature turned on and the feature matches the search results that were provided by the Apache Lucene search.

We are using the same Orion client against a server with the feature turned on by the orion.conf setting:
orion.search.grep.enabled=true

Let me know if there are any issues.

p.s. this commit is not in this week's stable build until we have run a test pass on orion.eclipse.org.

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>I have deployed build eclipse-orion-I20141215-1753-linux.gtk.x86_64.zip
to <a href="https://orion.eclipse.org/">https://orion.eclipse.org</a>

<br><br>The server now has the "grep"
search feature turned on and the feature matches the search results that
were provided by the Apache Lucene search. 
<br><br>We are using the same Orion client against
a server with the feature turned on by the orion.conf setting:
<br>orion.search.grep.enabled=true
<br><br>Let me know if there are any issues.

<br><br>p.s. this commit is not in this week's
stable build until we have run a test pass on orion.eclipse.org.
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
Anthony Hunter | 15 Dec 19:50 2014
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[orion-dev] Completed stable build 8.0.0 S7

Hi Team,

I have created stable branch stable_20141215, ran a stable Hudson build and deployed the Orion 8.0.0 S7 stable build to https://orionhub.org

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team, <br><br>
I have created stable branch stable_20141215, ran a stable Hudson build
and deployed the Orion 8.0.0 S7 stable build to <a href="http://orionhub.org/">https://orionhub.org</a>
<br><br>
Cheers...<br>
Anthony
<br>
</div>
Joao Caldeira (GMail | 12 Dec 13:05 2014
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[orion-dev] PhD Thesis and Orion Project Collaboration

Hi all, i have been recently talking with Simon Kaegi in order to get the acceptance (now accepted) to collaborate with the Orion Project. This collaboration is related with my PhD research.
I am a PhD candidate at ISCTE-IUL, my current university (http://www.iscte-iul.pt). My past academic works have been related with Empirical Software Engineering and the usage of statistics to improve the understanding of IT service management processes (namely incident management). My planned PhD research niche is about understanding software developers' behavior. More than mining the software development process, i expect to identify stereotypical profiles of software developers (e.g. using clustering techniques), based on the way they use an IDE. I expect to achieve this by analyzing the execution traces/events of the various tools plugged-in the IDE. This empirical/analytic research endeavor requires large amounts of data/events, such as the one generated in the Orion project and scalable data analytic capabilities.
Many software development methodologies have been proposed and many tools are available in existing IDEs such as Eclipse/Orion. However, we still know little about how software developers actually work in practice. I haven't seen much published work on the dynamics of software developers in practice. I believe that finding typical software development profiles, based on empirical evidence, may open new research threads, such as:
    - checking and validating developers adherence/compliance to agile methodologies like Scrum and/or Extreme Programming, namely regarding the adoption of techniques such as TDD, code smells detection, refactoring, etc.;


    - clustering developers in a company to match specific process requirements / roles in future projects;


    - uncovering process smells (bad practices) and process patterns (good practices).


    - validating the possibilities of having an IDE to adapt to each developer according to individual programming characteristics

Having read this brief abstract, feel free to comment and/or give me any feedback as that is really important for me at this stage.
At the same time as i am very committed and excited to be part of this community, feel free to contact me if i can be of any help for any of you.

Many thanks and regards
João Caldeira
PhD Candidate Student
ISCTE-IUL

<div>
    Hi all, i have been recently talking with Simon Kaegi in order to
    get the acceptance (now accepted) to collaborate with the Orion
    Project. This collaboration is related with my PhD research.<br>
    I am a PhD candidate at ISCTE-IUL, my current
    university (<a href="http://www.iscte-iul.pt">http://www.iscte-iul.pt</a>).
    My past
    academic works have been related with Empirical Software Engineering
    and the
    usage of statistics to improve the understanding of IT service
    management
    processes (namely incident management). My planned PhD research
    niche is about
    understanding software developers' behavior. More than mining the
    software
    development process, i expect to identify stereotypical profiles of
    software
    developers (e.g. using clustering techniques), based on the way they
    use an
    IDE. I expect to achieve this by analyzing the execution
    traces/events of the various
    tools plugged-in the IDE. This empirical/analytic research endeavor
    requires
    large amounts of data/events, such as the one generated in the Orion
    project and scalable data analytic capabilities.<br>
    Many software development methodologies have been
    proposed and many tools are available in existing IDEs such as
    Eclipse/Orion.
    However, we still know little about how software developers actually
    work in
    practice. I haven't seen much published work on the dynamics of
    software developers in practice. I believe that finding typical
    software
    development profiles, based on empirical evidence, may open new
    research
    threads, such as:<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - checking and validating developers adherence/compliance to
    agile
    methodologies like Scrum and/or Extreme Programming, namely
    regarding the
    adoption of techniques such as TDD, code smells detection,
    refactoring, etc.;<p></p>
<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - clustering developers in a company to match specific
    process requirements / roles in future projects;<p></p>
<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - uncovering process smells (bad practices) and process
    patterns (good practices).<p></p>
<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; - validating the possibilities of having an IDE to adapt to each
    developer according to individual programming characteristics<br><br>
    Having read this brief abstract, feel free to comment and/or give me
    any feedback as that is really important for me at this stage. <br>
    At the same time as i am very committed and excited to be part of
    this community, feel free to contact me if i can be of any help for
    any of you.<br><br>
    Many thanks and regards
    <br>
    Jo&atilde;o Caldeira
    <br>
    PhD Candidate Student
    <br>
    ISCTE-IUL
    <br><br>
</div>
Ammar Ahmad | 10 Dec 12:46 2014
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[orion-dev] Orion | Expand Collapse/Folding ruler for JSON code

Hi All,

We are using Orion editor to work on some JSON files and we are stuck at a point where we need expand and collapse( folding ruler) option for all brackets present in the JSON file. (  "{" & "}"). 

We are having the folding ruler present in our editor but it is not showing the expand collapse option for the brackets. We are not even getting the expand collapse option for the comments as well.

We tried most of the permutation and combinations to get that working but probably I am missing something. Can someone please help us out to get this working by providing some pointers in that direction.

--
Regards,
Ammar
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi All,<div><br></div>
<div>We are using Orion editor to work on some JSON files and we are stuck at a point where we need expand and collapse( folding ruler) option for all brackets present in the JSON file. ( &nbsp;"{" &amp; "}").&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>We are having the folding ruler present in our editor but it is not showing the expand collapse option for the brackets. We are not even getting the expand collapse option for the comments as well.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>We tried most of the permutation and combinations to get that working but probably I am missing something. Can someone please help us out to get this working by providing some pointers in that direction.</div>
<div>
<div><br></div>-- <br><div class="gmail_signature">Regards,<br>Ammar</div>
</div>
</div></div>
Anthony Hunter | 8 Dec 18:37 2014
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Re: [orion-dev] [orion-releng] [Hudson] Hudson build is still unstable: orion-server-dev #579

I have pushed this build eclipse-orion-I20141208-0318-linux.gtk.x86_64.zip to https://orion.eclipse.org
This is the first deploy update on the new orion.eclipse.org server.

Cheers...
Anthony




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<div>I have pushed this build eclipse-orion-I20141208-0318-linux.gtk.x86_64.zip
to <a href="https://orion.eclipse.org/">https://orion.eclipse.org</a>
<br>This is the first deploy update on the
new orion.eclipse.org server.
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
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Rafael Chaves | 8 Dec 16:01 2014

[orion-dev] global menu contributions?

Hi all,

In Orion 4.0, it was possible for a plugin to contribute items to the "hamburger" menu as orion.page.link.related contributions (image below/attached).





Is there a similar mechanism in Orion 7 (even if less prominent)? I am trying to port my existing plugin contributions to the new syntax of the page.link.related service, but they don't show anywhere. I may have not understood the validation properties attribute, which may be new as well. I want my links to show no matter the current selection. It would be fine if they only appeared in the Edit/Navigator page. 

Any help appreciated. Thanks,

Rafael
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi all,<div><br></div>
<div>In Orion 4.0, it was possible for a plugin to contribute items to the "hamburger" menu as&nbsp;<a href="https://wiki.eclipse.org/Orion/Documentation/Developer_Guide/Plugging_into_Orion_pages#orion.page.link.related">orion.page.link.related</a> contributions (image below/attached).<div><br></div>
<div>
<br><div><br></div>
<div>
<br><div><br></div>
<div>Is there a similar mechanism in Orion 7 (even if less prominent)? I am trying to port my existing plugin contributions to the new syntax of the page.link.related service, but they don't show anywhere. I may have not understood the validation properties attribute, which may be new as well. I want my links to show no matter the current selection. It would be fine if they only appeared in the Edit/Navigator page.&nbsp;</div>
</div>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Any help appreciated. Thanks,</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Rafael</div>
</div>
</div></div>
Rafael Chaves | 7 Dec 13:20 2014

[orion-dev] branding Orion

Hi all,

Is there any documentation (assuming the mechanism is there) on how to brand an Orion-based site? 

In the past, I used to hack the Orion install and tweak some user facing strings, replace images etc with some of my own, and change the built-in list of plug-ins. But that quickly got old, as I would have to go through the same exercise every time I adopted a new Orion release.

I asked a similar question on the newsgroup a while ago:

https://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/t/362477/

and it still is the first hit when googling "eclipse orion branding" so I guess if work was done on this area it is not documented yet.

Thanks,

Rafael




<div><div dir="ltr">
<p dir="ltr">Hi all,</p>
<p dir="ltr">Is there any documentation (assuming the mechanism is there) on how to brand an Orion-based site?&nbsp;</p>
<p>In the past, I used to hack the Orion install and tweak some user facing strings, replace images etc with some of my own, and change the built-in list of plug-ins. But that quickly got old, as I would have to go through the same exercise every time I adopted a new Orion release.</p>
<p>I asked a similar question on the newsgroup a while ago:</p>
<p><a href="https://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/t/362477/">https://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/t/362477/</a><br></p>
<p>and it still is the first hit when googling "eclipse orion branding" so I guess if work was done on this area it is not documented yet.</p>
<p>Thanks,</p>
<p>Rafael</p>
<p><br></p>
<p><br></p>
<p><br></p>
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[orion-dev] Create account - http parameter lost

Hello folks,

I just moved my orion set-up to a new workspace and when launched Orion server locally, I am running into issues wrt to user account creation. This was working very well last week.

When I fill up the form and submit from the Create an Account page, I get this error: "User login not specified"

I did some debugging and find that UserHandlerV1 only gets null for all the http parameters. The last point I see the parameters are in HttpParser#parseNext( ). Something might be going wrong
on the Jetty side? I have a feeling that this is something silly on my part, because things were working well till last week. Only two things changed since then: My new workspace and I pulled from the repo.

Any hint on solving this will be great, thanks in advance.

Regards,
Jay
<div>Hello folks,
<br><br>I just moved my orion set-up to a new
workspace and when launched Orion server locally, I am running into issues
wrt to user account creation. This was working very well last week.
<br><br>When I fill up the form and submit from
the Create an Account page, I get this error: "User
login not specified"
<br><br>I did some debugging and find that UserHandlerV1
only gets null for all the http parameters. The last point I see the parameters
are in HttpParser#parseNext( ). Something might be going wrong 
<br>on the Jetty side? I have a feeling
that this is something silly on my part, because things were working well
till last week. Only two things changed since then: My new workspace and
I pulled from the repo.
<br><br>Any hint on solving this will be great,
thanks in advance.
<br><br>Regards,
<br>Jay
<br>
</div>
Anthony Hunter | 3 Dec 22:01 2014
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[orion-dev] Downtime: New vserver for Orion.eclipse.org

Hi Team,

The servers we use to host orion.eclipse.org and orionhub.org are running an older version of SuSe and have imminently expiring SSL certificates.

As a result we decided to move to new VServers [1].

The Denis at the Eclipse foundation has flipped the bit on https://orion.eclipse.org. Since there is a new IP address involved there is a bit of "internet downtime" until the DNS update propagates. If you are stuck let me know, but hopefully by the time you read this the update has hit your machine.

If you see any issues with the "new" orion.eclipse.org, please let me know.

p.s. I will announce notice when we do https://orionhub.org

[1] https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=452728

Cheers...
Anthony
<div>Hi Team,
<br><br>The servers we use to host orion.eclipse.org
and orionhub.org are running an older version of SuSe and have imminently
expiring SSL certificates.
<br><br>As a result we decided to move to new
VServers [1].
<br><br>The Denis at the Eclipse foundation
has flipped the bit on <a href="https://orion.eclipse.org/">https://orion.eclipse.org</a>.
Since there is a new IP address involved there is a bit of "internet
downtime" until the DNS update propagates. If you are stuck let me
know, but hopefully by the time you read this the update has hit your machine.
<br><br>If you see any issues with the "new"
orion.eclipse.org, please let me know.
<br><br>p.s. I will announce notice when we
do <a href="https://orionhub.org/">https://orionhub.org</a>

<br><br>[1] <a href="https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=452728">https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=452728</a>
<br><br>Cheers...<br>
Anthony<br>
</div>
Alex Shnayder | 25 Nov 20:50 2014

[orion-dev] Upgrading requirejs to later version

Hi,

Looks like there is a bug in requirejs 2.1.5 which is used in orion 7, you can see demo of bug in action at http://plnkr.co/edit/w58qBGooHV6Pud434pzW
issue been, requirejs modules loaded more than once if referenced from two or more locations in each with different relative path.

From what I can see this issue is resolved starting from requirejs version 2.1.13, you can see here 
that issue isn't present any more.

Are there any plans to upgrade requirejs version ?

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Alex Shnayder
Wix Cloud, Wix.com
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi,<div><br></div>
<div>Looks like there is a bug in requirejs 2.1.5 which is used in orion 7, you can see demo of bug in action at&nbsp;<a href="http://plnkr.co/edit/w58qBGooHV6Pud434pzW">http://plnkr.co/edit/w58qBGooHV6Pud434pzW</a>
</div>
<div>issue been, requirejs modules loaded more than once if referenced from two or more locations in each with different relative path.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>From what I can see this issue is resolved starting from requirejs version 2.1.13, you can see here&nbsp;</div>
<div>
<a href="http://plnkr.co/edit/ZHSXb2N63Nu8b8fygKzw?p=preview">http://plnkr.co/edit/ZHSXb2N63Nu8b8fygKzw?p=preview</a>&nbsp;</div>
<div>that issue isn't present any more.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Are there any plans to upgrade requirejs version ?<br clear="all"><div><br></div>-- <br><div class="gmail_signature"><div dir="ltr">Thanks,<div>Alex Shnayder</div>
<div>Wix Cloud, Wix.com</div>
</div></div>
</div>
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