SC Profile Manager dev blog

Activity Log – Week #5

Posted in Profile Manager GUI,Profile Manager System by scprofile on June 25, 2008

Just two weeks before the first evaluation period. During the first part of the week, I’ve corrected my singleton problem. In fact, I’ve abandoned it for two reasons :
1. Technical problem : the OSGi framework search the class in his bundle list before in the classpath
2. Optimizing performance : reading the file two times, take a little time and there no need to keep it in memory.

Now that I can get information in the framework, the development restart.

Here is the current status of the system :

  • In the launcher of SC, the system read the profiles file and get informations.
    IF there is no file THEN a new profile is created and to make the transition invisible, the system move all the files and directories in the new profile directory.
    Currently, the frame asking the user to choose a profile isn’t ready.
  • In the program, the interface has been added in the Configuration Frame. It allow the user to manages the profiles within SC : creating a new profile, renaming or deleting a existing one BUT not the current one (since the name is used in the default profile directory name).
    All the dialogs are ready, I just need to write the remaining actions.

This is the list of the points I wish to end before the next week :

  • finish the dialogs
  • finish the texts in the dialogs
  • allow the user to change of profile in the configuration Frame

Task that need to be done before the evaluation period :

  • The frame in the launcher to choose a profile a the start of the program

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