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#1
It's complicated because it all depends on the timing of so many factors.

A big factor is the dependency on the Eclipse framework and which version to use. The current version of Archi is built on Eclipse 4.23 but it contains some bugs, notably Hebrew text rendered the wrong way. So I would like to build on Eclipse 4.24 and that is the version used for Archi 4.10 beta 1. However, Eclipse 4.24 contains serious regressions, notably not working on the next version of macOS. So that version can't be used. So now I have to try Eclipse 4.25, which is currently in development due for release in September. Now that also contains many regressions in development...so that I have to test every build of Eclipse 4.25 every single day. So I'm hoping that that version will eventually work.

Because of the regressions and dependency problems of the Eclipse framework I estimate I now spend at least 6 hours a day, every single day of the week, working to accommodate Eclipse changes and regressions, testing on all platform, ensuring the build is successful, unit tests, etc.

And that time doesn't include time working on Archi itself. So I am now working about 10 hours a day, 7 days a week on Archi and Eclipse issues. For a free and open source tool. Note - Patreon and Archi donations is my only income for my family. Without that I would have to stop working on Archi and get some other employment.

And there are other changes in the pipeline that I can't talk about that will require a lot of time. Oh and don't forget the support of jArchi, coArchi and the development of coArchi 2. All done effectively at the moment by one person.

So, with that background info out of the way, I hope to have a second beta of Archi 4.10 once I know whether Eclipse 4.25 is going to be stable. Final release could be September or October.
#2
General Archi Discussion / Release date for version 4.10
Last post by mohitd - Today at 15:33:51 PM
Hello,

I was wondering when would the newer version of Archi would be available.

I know it is still in the beta release, which is not public.

Any tentative release date scheduled yet ?

Thank you!
#3
coArchi / Re: publish changes error
Last post by yendo - Today at 08:56:34 AM
Quote from: Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie on August 17, 2022, 08:51:22 AMHi,

Quote from: yendo on August 17, 2022, 03:56:30 AMI would like to ask how to enable the collaboration function after the repository is built in github, how can the second user capture the repository shared by the first user from ARCHI.


This is covered in this part of the wiki: https://github.com/archimatetool/archi-modelrepository-plugin/wiki/Manage-Workspace#import-a-model

Regards,

JB



Hi Sir,

Thank you for your support

BRs,



#4
coArchi / Re: publish changes error
Last post by Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie - August 17, 2022, 08:51:22 AM
Hi,

Quote from: yendo on August 17, 2022, 03:56:30 AMI would like to ask how to enable the collaboration function after the repository is built in github, how can the second user capture the repository shared by the first user from ARCHI.


This is covered in this part of the wiki: https://github.com/archimatetool/archi-modelrepository-plugin/wiki/Manage-Workspace#import-a-model

Regards,

JB
#5
coArchi / Re: publish changes error
Last post by yendo - August 17, 2022, 03:56:30 AM
Hi Sir,

I would like to ask how to enable the collaboration function after the repository is built in github, how can the second user capture the repository shared by the first user from ARCHI.

please help me, thank you.
#6
coArchi / Re: publish changes error
Last post by yendo - August 17, 2022, 03:21:38 AM
Quote from: Phil Beauvoir on August 15, 2022, 08:02:58 AMHave you generated a Personal Access Token at GitHub and used that for the password?

https://docs.github.com/en/authentication/keeping-your-account-and-data-secure/creating-a-personal-access-token


Hi Phil Beauvoir,


It turned out to be Creating a token, but not using the account password.
Thank you for your support!!
#7
coArchi / Re: CoArchi with just local Gi...
Last post by Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie - August 16, 2022, 16:57:07 PM
Hi,

In the past, I've used a hack which seems to work: use 'file://' as URL and any non null string as user/password. Of course, use at your own risk, blah, blah, blah ;-)

Regards,

JB
#8
coArchi / Re: CoArchi with just local Gi...
Last post by Phil Beauvoir - August 16, 2022, 13:52:21 PM
Hi,

not with the current implementation of coArchi. You might be able to set it up by editing the back-end git config files.

I have been working on coArchi version 2 where adding the remote is optional (and can be changed). Still more work to be done on it.

Phil
#9
coArchi / CoArchi with just local Git (n...
Last post by rchevallier - August 16, 2022, 13:46:17 PM
Hi all

Is it possible to use the coArchi plugin with Git without a remote Git server ? The idea is just to track evolution in a private model, before deciding to publish later to the team

Thanks
#10
General Archi Discussion / Re: change type
Last post by Phil Beauvoir - August 16, 2022, 13:32:43 PM