CAFF, Conversion and Formatting Framework, has released its first version. CAFF is a utility project that focus on Annotation based textual conversion, formatting, parsing and tokenizing functionalities, which is used by other project such as JCli and Jmxterm. The first release 0.1 decouples some existing logic from JCli to CAFF, and leaves JCli focus on command line arguments manipulation only.
Comparing to the previous version, Jmxterm 1.0-alpha-4 fixed a few bugs and allows Jmxterm to run on Windows and Mac OS properly
Goto https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=91358&package_id=284164 for download and more details
JMXTERM project has released 1.0-alpha-3 version recently.
Check out release note at: http://cyclopsgroup.org/projects/jmxterm/release/1.0-alpha-3.html
Executable Jar direct download: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/cyclops-group/jmxterm-1.0-alpha-3-uber.jar
More downloads for this version: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=91358&package_id=284164
Comparing to previous version 1.0-alpha-2, 1.0-alpha-3 has following changes:... read more
This version of JMXTERM delivers a number of improvements such as tab-completion, user/password based login and command history browsing. Check the download page for more details
JMXTERM is a Java command line based interactive JMX client software. It's command line version of jconsole. Please check out http://www.cyclopsgroup.org/projects/jmxterm for more dtails.
The 0.2 release is a much more reliable version of previous 0.1 version. Compare to version 0.1, many bugs are fixed, project is better tested and documented and a few new features are added. Version 0.2 is definitely preferred over 0.1. Find out more in the release note (http://cyclopsgroup.org/projects/jmxterm/release/0.2.html).
JMXTERM(JMX Terminal) is a command line based interactive JMX Client. It's a command line version of jconsole.
Version 0.1 is the first usable version. As the version implies, the project is still poorly tested and documented.
Check out http://www.cyclopsgroup.org/projects/jmxterm for more details.
Check out https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=91358&package_id=284164 for download
http://courselist.s42.eatj.com/courselist is setup as another live demo site of courselist project.
And it's required. For whatever reason if you don't change the svn root, you can still get the code but any change may bring you into "403 Forbidden" SVN error.
To change the SVN root without impacting any work, run following command under the root of working directory.
This migration has been kept on the shelf for a long time. Even now it's still very argueable to tell if it's worthy to spend effort to do it. There are voices saying JDK5.0 should be regarded as a transitional java programming language specification. For me, since my new job requires heavy jdk5.0 style programming, migration these project to it could be a good practice.
Impacted projects include waterview and tornado.
The version on CVS will not be maintained or deleted. The latest version of all projects will be found at svn://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/cyclops-group. Web based UI is at http://svn.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/cyclops-group.
After 2 versions of theme in the last 3 years, a new CyclopsGroup.com
website is finally launched. Additionally, several existing google user
groups and some other stuff is integrated through RSS.
The following changes have been made in the new website:
1. Maven 1 is replaced by maven 2. The old maven-cyclops-plugin is not
required anymore. The look and feel of website is clearly controlled by
customized css. The new look and feel is inspired by
http://www.oxygen-icons.org.... read more