AUTOMATED DEVELOPMENT LOG PREPARATION

Keeping an accurate log of the development process is becoming increasingly difficult and time consuming. Modification of Programmable Software Development Environment to automate this record keeping process has begun and for the present will be top-priority.

Each of the software parts commands can be terminated by a comment.  This comment can be used to provide a checkout breakpoint, “;<—-“.  It can also be used to associate a completion date with the command.

The process associated with the development of standard software parts will consist of the following four versions: experimental, alpha version, beta version, and released version.

The release state is where every one of the commands has a completion date and the software parts library is certified as being unchanged using a pseudo-random longitudinal parity.

The beta state is where every one of the commands has a completion date or breakpoint and the software parts library is certified as being unchanged using a pseudo-random longitudinal parity.

The alpha state is where every one of the commands has a completion date or breakpoint.

The experimental state has no constraints relative to the commands relative to a completion date or breakpoint.

A Text file report will be prepared each time a software parts library is modified. This report will contain the total number of commands, the number of commands with checkout breakpoints, and the number of commands with today’s date in each software part defined by the software parts files contained in the library development project.

The Programmable Software Development Environment has been modified to implement the software parts library version status and prepare the development log.  It is currently in a checkout phase which is expected to be completed within the next couple of weeks.

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