As mentioned in the original post, we now have an application being made
available written in Jython and built using the maven-jython-plugin.
We've made the app available under the Apache Software License v2, so
people can see both how to use the maven-jython-plugin and how they can
use the WebReboot API with Jython.
Official project page with download links:
If you are interested in playing with the code, but don't own a WebReboot,
you can download the WebReboot Dev Server, which will emulate the product.
Apologies for the commericial aspects of the post, but they were largely
unavoidable. This will be the last message I post regarding the
application. Future messages will focus on the plugin alone, but I felt
this one was warranted to show how the plugin can pratically be used.
WebReboot -- Remote Reboot Without Pulling the Plug
On Wed, 11 Apr 2007 12:19:15 -0400, Kevin Menard <kmenard@...>
> I'm pleased to announce the first public release of the
> maven-jython-plugin for the maven 2 project management system. The
> purpose of this plugin is to make working with Jython source files as
> natural as working with Java source files in a project. Being an
> initial release, we're still a ways off from that, but we do have some
> nifty stuff working.