Posts Tagged ‘alpha version’

Open Source Software Development Tool: Upgrade Progress

July 10, 2015

The purpose of this update task is improve capability of the Programmable Software Development Environment to certify that a product is error free and functions according to specification.

The current version control defines the status of the software parts files. Specifically, the alpha version is still being tested; the beta version still has code that needs to be tested; and the release version has been completely tested.

A Programmable Software Development Environment equivalent to the First Article Test and the Factory Acceptance Test needs to be developed.

FRIDAY 2015/07/10

STATUS: Both the Win32 and Linux versions of “testproj.cpp” have been successfully modified to use “crypto.cpp” as its random generator.

RESULTS: The resulting Programmable Software Development Environment has been successfully put into service. The Win32 and Linux versions now appear to functioning identically.

NEXT TASK: My next task will be to prepare this version for publication.

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Open Source Software Development Tool: Upgrade Progress

May 29, 2015

The purpose of this update task is improve capability of the Programmable Software Development Environment to certify that a product is error free and functions according to specification.

The current version control defines the status of the software parts files. Specifically, the alpha version is still being tested; the beta version still has code that needs to be tested; and the release version has been completely tested.

A Programmable Software Development Environment equivalent to the First Article Test and the Factory Acceptance Test needs to be developed.

FRIDAY 2015/05/29

STATUS: The Win32 version of “crypto.cpp” has been successfully modified so that it can be accessed by “testproj.cpp”

DETAIL: The modified “crypto.cpp” has been found to be functional on its current use.

NEXT TASK: The next task will be to equivalently modify the LINUX version of “crypto.cpp”.

Open Source Software Development Tool: Upgrade Progres

April 30, 2015

The purpose of this update task is improve capability of the Programmable Software Development Environment to certify that a product is error free and functions according to specification.

The current version control defines the status of the software parts files. Specifically, the alpha version is still being tested; the beta version still has code that needs to be tested; and the release version has been completely tested.

A Programmable Software Development Environment equivalent to the First Article Test and the Factory Acceptance Test needs to be developed.

THURSDAY: 2015/04/30

STATUS: I have decided to replace the test random generator with the one used as a software parts resource.

RESULTS: Using my secure text library, I formally tested the pseudo-random software parts resources on both the WIN32 and LINUX systems and found that they produced identical results.

NEXT TASK: My next task will be to plan the associated upgrade to test task portion of the Programmable Software Development Environment.

Open Source Software Development Tool: Upgrade Progress

April 18, 2015

The purpose of this update task is improve capability of the
Programmable Software Development Environment to certify that a product
is error free and functions according to specification.

The current version control defines the status of the software parts
files. Specifically, the alpha version is still being tested; the beta
version still has code that needs to be tested; and the release version
has been completely tested.

A Programmable Software Development Environment equivalent to the First
Article Test and the Factory Acceptance Test needs to be developed.

SATURDAY: 2015/04/18

STATUS: Modifications to the Programmable Software Development
Environment are needed.

NEXT TASK: The first sub-task will be selected.