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update the release date in the changelog
change config/pmd.props to reflect actual pmd.jar file version
change config/pmd.props to reflect pmd-jedit release 2.2
change config/jedit.html to reflect pmd-jedit release 2.2
change the build.xml to reflect pmd-jedit release 2.2
update doing_the_next_pmd_jedit_release.txt to the new release version
comit the above changes FIRST!!
Create the binary release - 'ant release'
Unzip it into jedit.home/jars
TESTS:
1) Can you run jedit ok?
2) Can you run it it on a file and find some unused code?
3) Are options persistant?
4) Does CPD work?
Create the src release:
cvs -q rtag -D tomorrow "pmd_jedit_release_2_1" pmd-jedit
rm -rf ~/tmp/pmd-jedit
mkdir -p ~/tmp/pmd-jedit
cvs -q export -d tmp -r pmd_jedit_release_2_1 pmd-jedit
mv tmp/* ~/tmp/pmd-jedit
rmdir tmp/
cp pmd-jedit/lib/PMDJEditPlugin-2.2.jar ~/tmp/pmd-jedit/lib
cd ~/tmp
zip -q -r pmd-jedit-src-2.2.zip pmd-jedit
rm -rf pmd-jedit
ncftpput upload.sourceforge.net incoming/ pmd-jedit-src-2.2.zip pmd-jedit-bin-2.2.zip
Go to Admin, Edit/Release Files, click on Add new release
Paste stuff into the changelog/readme boxes
Add the 2 zip files
Classify the file
Submit some news saying "hey, new release of the JEdit plugin!"

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