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Saros Looks the Bee’s Knees!

November 1, 2010

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In the latest release of Saros, the distributed editing plug-in for Eclipse, we introduce a number of features that improve usability. The first thing you might notice when you power up the new version of Saros is the ability to store and manage multiple XMPP accounts. This feature makes it much more manageable if you […]

Saros: Distributed Editing in Eclipse Just Keeps Getting Better

October 4, 2010

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Saros, the best plug-in to give you distributed collaborative editing in Eclipse, continues to improve. In our latest release (10.10.01) the Saros Team has provided a lot of bugfixes and improvements. Visually the layout has changed a little. Using Saros is now so adaptable that we’ve had to group the growing number of menu items […]

Saros @ ICSE

May 14, 2010

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ICSE 2010 is over. Those lucky enough to have gone have had their reward of first dibs on the material presented, so now I can present a brief summary of the paper that we in the Software Engineering group at Freie Universität produced for that conference. The paper is both a way of announcing Saros […]

New Features Take Saros from Strength to Strength

March 29, 2010

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The latest version of Saros (10.3.26), released last Friday, was quite an important one, because it provides the application with features that vastly reduce the need for other complimentary applications. In short, the Saros feature set has grown so as to make it a largely self-contained application. Let me furnish you with a brief guide […]