Release Notes: This version adds a tool to evaluate commercial bidding results, adds an output module for version handling, and adds configurability to graph and LaTeX output. Also included are some enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Pricing output was added for commercial offers: it is now possible to create commercial biddings based on a given set of requirements.
Release Notes: The major new feature is the set of analytics modules which uses heuristics to assess the requirements. The command line parameter -d was moved to the configuration file. Enhancements were made to history (old versions / baseline) handling. Documentation enhancements were done.
Release Notes: HTML output has been added (based on the new Topic feature). graph2 output (also based on the new Topic feature) has been added. Some minor configuration issues have been fixed. Man pages and more documentation have been added.
Release Notes: This release adds topic handling. The output document is now handled completely differently: each requirement points to a topic where it belongs. Note that this is not compatible with older versions of rmtoo input files. The Parser class supports parsing of files with tags that appear many times. This is needed for the topic feature. More unit tests have been added.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that made it impossible to create the makefile dependencies when there was no git repository available for the requirements. It adds a pygit compatibility layer. This version should now work with version 0.1.6 (which comes with some Linux distributions) and also with version 0.2.0 (which is the latest beta). The command line options '-p', '-o', and '-l', which vanished during refactoring of the input / output handling in version 7, have been re-added. The first version of an XML output handling class has been added. An experimental output class for writing Gantt project XML files has been added.
Release Notes: rmtoo now supports git for history and version tracking. The first small application of this is the requirement count statistic. Makefile dependency tracking is now done with the help of rmtoo itself. The output parameter handling was moved from the command line to the configuration file. This gives rmtoo the chance to write more than one output file at a time. Some minor bugs were fixed. Documentation enhancements were made. A FAQ document with a "Getting Started" chapter was added. The man pages were enhanced.
Release Notes: The tag 'Effort estimation' was added. Effort estimation is now included in the priority lists. It is directly shown how much effort it is to implement everything up to a certain priority. A man page was added that describes the format of the requirements input file. 83 unit and regression tests are now included. It is possible to run the tests after installing the package to check whether everything works. Currently there is a test coverage of about 74%. A Debian package is available starting with this release.
Release Notes: This release adds a man page for rmtoo invocation. In LaTeX output, both dependency directions are now available. The Emacs req-mode.el is now included in the tarball. Priority of requirements is now included in the graph. Better error handling during requirement dependency handling. Usable priority computation is now ready: based on parents and own weight. There are many more requirements for rmtoo itself. 'Note' is now highlighted in Emacs req-mode. A check for strong connection components (directed circles) has been added.
Release Notes: A presentation was added for new users. 'Class' and 'Priority' were added for Emacs-mode highlighting. The graph output was fixed. Minor changes were made to the requirements. The 'underfull vbox' warning for LaTeX conversion was removed. In Emacs-mode, 'req-mode' auto-fill-mode and flyspell-mode are now switched on by default. In 'req-mode', comments are now correctly highlighted and (automatic) indent now works. 'Completed on' and 'Effort' tags were added. LaTeX mandatory tag output was redesigned. An overview man page was added.