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authorLaurent Redor2017-10-26 08:35:45 -0400
committerLaurent Redor2017-10-26 10:01:24 -0400
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[525933] Improve release notes that is not precise enoughv5.1.0rc4v5.1.0
Bug: 525933 Change-Id: I834af7ce8bbcb67b60317e2171baa46d811f2183 Signed-off-by: Laurent Redor <laurent.redor@obeo.fr>
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.html2
-rw-r--r--plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.textile2
2 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.html b/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.html
index 8dc908978e..fdf80e434d 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.html
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.html
@@ -485,7 +485,7 @@
<li><span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The notion of transient layer has been introduced in Sirius 5.0. (Refer to
<a href="specifier/diagrams/Diagrams.html#Transientlayer">Sirius Specifier</a> and
<a href="user/diagrams/Diagrams.html#transientLayer">Sirius User</a> documentation in Diagram chapter). A transient layer is an additional layer containing only decorations or tools. If you have such layer in your VSM, users may encounter some unexpected behaviors. If the layer is not
- <em>active by default</em> then it will not be applied when opening your diagram even if it was activated before. If the layer is
+ <em>active by default</em>, its activation state will not be persisted at session close. In other words, if a transient layer is enabled in a diagram and then the session is closed, at the next diagram opening, the layer will be disabled. If users have existing representations file, made with previous version, with such kind of layers activated, they will no longer enabled at the next opening in Sirius 5.0.0. If the layer is
<em>active by default</em> then it will be automatically applied when opening your diagram. We consider this behavior as a known limitation and an enhancement may be done in a further release. In the meantime, there is a workaround which consists to add a fake mapping (that is any mapping with its fields empty) so that the layer will not be considered as transient.
</li>
<li><span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The tab used to configure the metamodels used by the Properties view description is now using the same interface as the metamodels tab used to configure the representations.</li>
diff --git a/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.textile b/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.textile
index 7fe5cb729a..f1cadc0710 100644
--- a/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.textile
+++ b/plugins/org.eclipse.sirius.doc/doc/Release_Notes.textile
@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ h3. Specifier-Visible Changes
* <span class="label label-success">Added</span> It is now possible to execute some behavior when the end users will click on the _Reference Widget_ thanks to the addition of an _Initial Operation_.
* <span class="label label-success">Added</span> You can indicate that a _Dynamic Mapping For_ should force the refresh of the user interface with the _Force Refresh_ property.
* <span class="label label-success">Added</span> _Categories_ have been added in order to organize the pages and groups of the _Properties_ DSL.
-* <span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The notion of transient layer has been introduced in Sirius 5.0. (Refer to "Sirius Specifier":specifier/diagrams/Diagrams.html#Transientlayer and "Sirius User":user/diagrams/Diagrams.html#transientLayer documentation in Diagram chapter). A transient layer is an additional layer containing only decorations or tools. If you have such layer in your VSM, users may encounter some unexpected behaviors. If the layer is not _active by default_ then it will not be applied when opening your diagram even if it was activated before. If the layer is _active by default_ then it will be automatically applied when opening your diagram. We consider this behavior as a known limitation and an enhancement may be done in a further release. In the meantime, there is a workaround which consists to add a fake mapping (that is any mapping with its fields empty) so that the layer will not be considered as transient.
+* <span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The notion of transient layer has been introduced in Sirius 5.0. (Refer to "Sirius Specifier":specifier/diagrams/Diagrams.html#Transientlayer and "Sirius User":user/diagrams/Diagrams.html#transientLayer documentation in Diagram chapter). A transient layer is an additional layer containing only decorations or tools. If you have such layer in your VSM, users may encounter some unexpected behaviors. If the layer is not _active by default_, its activation state will not be persisted at session close. In other words, if a transient layer is enabled in a diagram and then the session is closed, at the next diagram opening, the layer will be disabled. If users have existing representations file, made with previous version, with such kind of layers activated, they will no longer enabled at the next opening in Sirius 5.0.0. If the layer is _active by default_ then it will be automatically applied when opening your diagram. We consider this behavior as a known limitation and an enhancement may be done in a further release. In the meantime, there is a workaround which consists to add a fake mapping (that is any mapping with its fields empty) so that the layer will not be considered as transient.
* <span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The tab used to configure the metamodels used by the Properties view description is now using the same interface as the metamodels tab used to configure the representations.
* <span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The @package::Class@ syntax for domain classes and type names in the VSM is now fully supported and the new default. It means this syntax is interpreted by Sirius and completion is provided for it when the first @:@ character is entered. The legacy syntax @package.Class@ is still supported for compatibility.
* <span class="label label-info">Modified</span> The organization of the contextual actions in the odesign for the _Properties_ DSL has been improved.

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