Manage Eclipse projects with the JRequire plug-in

I used to do my requirements processing using Rational RequisitePro (see Improved application development: Part 1, Collating requirements for an application), but as an Eclipse user I’ve found an alternative in the form of the JRequire plug-in. To…

I used to do my requirements processing using Rational RequisitePro (see Improved application development: Part 1, Collating requirements for an application), but as an Eclipse user I’ve found an alternative in the form of the JRequire plug-in. To that end, I have a new article on using JRequire to manage your requirements process for your applications. It’s an Eclipse plug-in that can be used by an individual or teams, and can import and export CSV and XML based content. Most usefully though, it integrates with the JUnit testing framework, so you can confirm that your requirements are being met by matching those requirements to your existing (or some new) tests. The full tutorial goes through all of the options and usage you might need. Read: Manage Eclipse projects with the JRequire plug-in