Rapple 1.0 Release :)

Project Site: http://sourceforge.net/projects/rapple

Home Page: http://rapple.sourceforge.net

From: Alan Moran

Mailed-By: lists.sourceforge.net

To: [email protected]

Date: Nov 27, 2005 6:06 PM

Subject: [Rapple-devel] Rapple 1.0 Released!

I have just released rapple 1.0 via FRS onto

sourceforge.net. This release (along with tests,

resources and website docs) has been tagged


Many thanks to all involved in meeting this deadline.

There are still places where we can improve and

features we can add but I think it is important that a

functional version is made public so that we can begin

to understand how end users see the tool. The

progress we have made so far in quality (e.g., unit

test framework) and documentation (e.g., Doxygen and

website) is great and gives us a good basis to start


I have tentatively put together a roadmap for release

1.1 (you can see this on the website now) so let's put

some ideas together for what should be done and what

we need to fix or improve on in the current


Thanks for all your input!



nice quote

Dealing with failure is easy:
Work hard to improve.
Success is also easy to handle:
You've solved the wrong problem.
Work hard to improve.

Steve Waugh

"I see myself as an average guy who tries to help out my mates and loves my sport. I think in some ways, I'm sort of an underdog and a bit of a battler. I've always had to fight hard for my spot and to achieve what I have, and I've had to give 100%. I think Australians like to see that in people and they like to recognise it." - Steve Waugh

why did'nt they ask evans?

Thats an Agatha Christie title! Read the book over the weekend and got a glimpse at the talent of Queen of Crime. this was my first entry into the world of agatha chritie. she has got a very nice writing style, attention to the details and seems an excellent story teller :)