SemanticMerge 1.0.44 is now out with Java improvements
We’re happy to announce a new SemanticMerge release this week!
Improved Java support
We’ve improved the Java support: now instead of just showing the method name on the declarations we add more information (UML style). So instead of [method] listen now you will be able to read [method] listen() : void which is much clearer.
VisualMerge also benefits from the change since now we have much more precise decorators representing the standard modifiers for all elements:
Finally, the “hints” on VisualMerge are also improved:
Bug fixed: issue with renamed methods
A rename operation, without changes in the body and not involved in any conflict, was not being applied in the result file. Now fixed.
Enjoy the release!
Talking about Semantic at QCon 2013 in San Francisco
We introduced SemanticMerge last week in San Francisco. Besides going through the basics of how to use Semantic and what it can do we went under the hood to explain how it works and later we showed a preview of our upcoming ‘semantic multi-file’ support, which is the *real thing* everyone is looking for :-)