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ReleaseForge

   0.9.4  

KDE Other Utility

Score 82%
ReleaseForge
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  839
Submitted:  Apr 1 2005
Updated:  Aug 31 2005

Description:

ReleaseForge is a GUI application designed for project administrators and release engineers of projects that are hosted at SourceForge. It is intended to make it easier and faster to create a new release rather than using the SourceForge Web interface. It streamlines the release effort by prompting you for information regarding your new release (version info, change log, release notes, files to include, etc). It then seamlessly negotiates with the SourceForge Web server, creating your release, posting your release notes/change log, uploading your files to the SourceForge FTP server, selecting the files for inclusion in your release on the SourceForge Web server, updating the file attributes of each of the files and then, if appropriate, notifying monitoring users of the new release.




Changelog:

This version contains preliminary Unicode (UTF-8) support for many of
the text entry fields.




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 ;)

 
 by zvonSully on: May 28 2005
 
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I like this app


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 old download link

 
 by trueg on: Jun 2 2005
 
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You should update the download link. It still points to the 0.6 release.


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 Re: old download lin

 
 by pschwartz on: Jun 13 2005
 
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Fixed. The link now points to the current version.


Phil


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 Really cool

 
 by trueg on: Jun 2 2005
 
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Great tool.
But I have a feature request: mass release updates. I want to hide a bunch of releases with two or three mouse clicks. Would it be possible to present a table of all releases in a package and let the user change multiple releases at a time. You could than just update the changed ones or add checkboxes for the items the user wants to have changed.


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 Re: Really cool

 
 by pschwartz on: Jun 13 2005
 
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Thanks for the kind words. I'll put it on the todo list.

Phil


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 Re: Really cool

 
 by pschwartz on: Jul 15 2005
 
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Good news... this will be implemented in 0.9.1-- I'm just finishing up a few items.

As of now, a table will appear with the release name, id and a combobox with Hidden/Active values. You can manually toggle the combobox values individually or select as many as you wish with the mouse and press the "Hide Selected" or "Activate Selected" buttons.

As of now, you cannot edit the release names, just the comboboxes. In the future, I may allow the prior as well, but I'll holdoff until I get some feedback from others.


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 Great

 
 by luismarks on: Jun 17 2005
 
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This is a great app. Thank's for you great job. Congratulations.


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 Great one !!!

 
 by sarath on: Jul 17 2005
 
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This needs to be part of kdevelop, what do you feel?


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 Re: Great one !!!

 
 by pschwartz on: Aug 1 2005
 
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Thanks for the positive comments!

I'm not a KDevelop user (I use Xemacs). However, if somebody wants to integrate ReleaseForge w/ another project (such as KDevelop) I might be interested.


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 berlios and others

 
 by taki on: Sep 2 2005
 
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Hi.
This is a great application. Something I have been dreaming of lately as releases are very time consuming via web interfaces.

Only sad to me is I can not use it for now as my project isn't hosted at sf but at berlios (and has an entry at freshmeat as well). Maybe some day a plugin system could be integrated allowing to use different project hosters would be nice.

I will defenitly keep an eye on your nice app.
yours,
Andreas


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