Changes between Version 248 and Version 249 of ReviewHeuristicLab3.3.0Application

05/01/10 10:00:28 (12 years ago)



  • ReviewHeuristicLab3.3.0Application

    v248 v249  
    114114=== Priority: HIGHEST ===
     116 * Plugin Manager:
     117   * After deleting a plugin, how do I get it back?
     118   * In the list of available plugins I see the product "HeuristicLab", and after clicking "Install Selected Items" nothing happens - it is still there in the list of available plugins.
     119   * After deleting the plugin "Data Analysis" and starting the Optimizer I get the following exception: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'HeuristicLab.Problems.DataAnalysis-3.3, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=ba48961d6f65dcec' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
    116121=== Priority: HIGH ===
    119124 * SASEGASA does not show the best result found by the algorithm.
    120125   * mkommend: As far as I know no multi population algorithm shows the best result.
     126   * swinkler: I'm not an expert on multi population algorithms, but I think there should be a display of the best solution. E.g., this is also what is published in papers.
    121127 * After starting the Optimizer the cursor is still in  "waiting" mode when hovering over the HL starter.
    122128 * An exception is thrown if a variable is declared as input variable twice.
    132138 * It would be nice to be able to save the whole clipboard to a file.
    133139   * swagner: When the Save button is clicked, the whole content of the clipboard is saved and restored the next time when the optimizer is started. Should there be any additional saving (exporting/importing) functionality? I am not so sure about that ... What would be a typical use case for this feature?
    135 === Priority: LOW ===
    136  * In the Plugin Manager I do not see how I can activate disabled plugins.
    137  * In the Plugin Manager I do not see how I can update only those plugins that are selected.
     140   * swinkler: The idea here was that it could happen that I work on something (using several different problems or algorithms, e.g.), and that I would want to send my current configuration to a friend, so that s/he could use the same problems and algorithms and se what I am doing.
     142=== Priority: LOW ===
    138143 * Could it be reasonable to display a special icon for parameters that are not yet set properly (e.g., with a red exclamation mark etc.)?
    139144   * swagner: This will be quite hard as it is not easy to decide programmatically, if a parameter is properly set or not. But we can think about it. Maybe we can introduce constrained parameters? Although it will be a lot of work to enable users to define constraints of parameters in the GUI (for example when adding a new parameter to a `CombinedOperator`).