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Artefact Management System / News: Recent posts

Development will be discontinued

The successor of AFMS, now called openADAMS is available from https://sourceforge.net/projects/openadams/
It supports folders for organizing artifacts, the artifact type "components" for architecture and design and it comes with a Rich Text Editor. Images could be stored in the database. Testrunner is still not available.

Posted by achimk 2010-08-08

Successor of AFMS

The successor of AFMS, called NAFMS, is available from http://nafms.tigris.org/
NAFMS supports folders for organizing artifacts, the artifact type "components" for architecture and design and it comes with a Rich Text Editor. Images could be stored in the database. Testrunner is still not available in NAFMS.
NAFMS is written in Python and uses PyQt and SQLite.

Posted by achimk 2010-04-03

XSLT stylesheet added

Added an XSLT stylesheet to transform AFMS reports from XML
to XHTML.
May serve as starting point for customized reports.
Download from
http://afms.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/afms/trunk/afmsreport.xsl?view=log

Posted by achimk 2009-09-27

AFMS is now production/stable

AFMS has been used successfully in several projects.
Stakeholders agree that AFMS is stable and may be used in production processes.

Posted by achimk 2009-03-01

AFMS 0.6.1 released

Fixes two bugs, see changelog for details.

Posted by achimk 2008-12-17

AFMS 0.6.0 released

* Support for bulk (mass) editing of artefacts
* Support of tags for artefacts

Posted by achimk 2008-12-08