[ANN] Xplanner integration plugin v 0.1 released

This is initial release of XPlanner integration plugin.

This plugin provides developer-oriented integration with
XPlanner (http://www.xplanner.org). It provides information
about current iteration tasks assigned to the developer and
permits to start/pause working on the particular task and
complete task.

Features:

  • Tasks colouring

  • Move completed tasks to the bottom

  • Track unestimated tasks

  • Change tasks estimation

  • Dynamically update working task progress

  • Pair programming support


Problems:

if you are using XPlanner 0.5.3 (lastest release version),
you should manually change it sources in the following way:

https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=890406&group_id=49017&atid=454848

Note:

XPlanner tasks window is showing by Tools/XPlanner tasks
menu item.

Regards,
Eugene Karpov

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Changes:

  • zip content fixed

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Thanks Eugene,

I look forward to using this plugin. +1

Peter Lerche
http://easyspeedy.com

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Nice Eugene, I just showed Steve your plugin (maybe now he will be
motivated to move up to idea4). Once xplanner 0.6 I suspect the updates
will work .

An initial cosmetic observation: Provide a little leading/trailing
padding in the table cells. The space makes the data a bit easier to read.

--
Barry Kaplan
bkaplan@integratedtrading.com

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i check out the sources of XPlanner from CVS.
Previous versions of XPlanner provided three endpoints (viewer, editor, admin) that provided different operations. Now, all operations are available through one service and XPlanner does server-side authorization on the calls.

http://yourhost.com:port/xplanner/soap/XPlanner

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Thanks. I will check it.

PingHe wrote:

i check out the sources of XPlanner from CVS.
Previous versions of XPlanner provided three endpoints (viewer, editor, admin) that provided different operations. Now, all operations are available through one service and XPlanner does server-side authorization on the calls.

http://yourhost.com:port/xplanner/soap/XPlanner

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