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Annual release train includes 76 projects and 61 million lines of code, developed by over 340 committers.
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of the Luna release, the annual release train from the Eclipse community. This year, 76 projects are participating in the release that includes 61 million lines of code and was developed by over 340 Eclipse committers. This is the ninth year the Eclipse community has planned, developed, and delivered a coordinated release that allows users and adopters to update their Eclipse installations at one time.
Shipping an annual release train on a predictable schedule is an amazing accomplishment for any open source community, said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. Congratulations to all the Eclipse committers that make it possible. It is the hard work of these developers that makes the annual release train a reality. The benefit to the wider community has been that Eclipse is a predictable and reliable supplier of open source technology to the greater software industry.
Highlights from the Luna release include the following:
There are also eight new projects participating in the Luna release, including EMF Client Platform, EMFStore, Sirius, BPMN2 Modeler Project, Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN2), Paho, QVTd (QVT Declarative), and XWT.
More information and downloads are available from https://www.eclipse.org/luna/.
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