Changes between Version 56 and Version 57 of DEVELOPMENT_OVERVIEW


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    3030'''Eclipse setup'''.  The software platform we use for developing Sophie 2.0 is Eclipse. First of all, the installation.  
    3131Download the latest eclipse version from [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/] and install it to your computer. Then, modify your compiler settings according to the [wiki:COMPILER_SETTINGS] document. The next two steps, Subclipse installation and Maven integration, are described in [wiki:PLATFORM_INFRASTRUCTURE_OVERVIEW#EclipsePlug-ins]. The most important for these is that they are eclipse plugins, which integrate the subversion and maven functionalities in Eclipse. The M2 plugin is required for loading our maven project in eclipse. Once you have installed the plugins, you can follow the steps from [wiki:PLATFORM_DEPLOYMENT_BUILD_ECLIPSE], which describes how to import Sophie 2.0 in Eclipse and run the FakeAuthor configuration. [[BR]] 
    32 You already have everything needed to develop Sophie 2.0. :) 
     32You already have everything needed to develop for Sophie 2.0. :) 
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    3737'''The Goal'''. The most important part of a project is its goal. So, the goal of our project is to take the good aspects of Sophie and optimize them, add features as well as to remove others. [[BR]] 
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    39 '''Schedule'''. The Sophie 2.0 project is split into approximately 600 tasks, each with one or more revisions (in total approximately 2000). These tasks have several states, and you will learn about them in the next chapter. The tasks are divided into 12 sprints (iterations). Each sprint is approximately one month long. The methodology used for the schedule of the project is not exactly SCRUM, but is similar to it. For more information what SCRUM is, read [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrum_(development)]. [[BR]] 
     39'''Schedule'''. The Sophie 2.0 project is organized into approximately 600 tasks, each with one or more revisions (in total approximately 2000). These tasks have several states, and you will learn about them in the next chapter. The tasks are divided into 12 sprints (iterations). Each sprint is approximately one month long. The methodology used for the schedule of the project is not exactly SCRUM, but is similar to it. For more information what SCRUM is, read [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrum_(development)]. [[BR]] 
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    4141'''Layers'''. Task names are also grouped in several development layers: