Another preview release of the jicarilla-platform has been made available, namely 0.6-alpha. Get it now from
Another preview release of the jicarilla-platform has been made available, namely 0.5-alpha. Get it now from
Another preview release of the jicarilla-platform has been made available, namely 0.4-alpha. Get it now from
Version 0.3-alpha of the jicarilla platform has just been released. Get it now:
There's a new org.jicarilla.container.integration.avalon package in CVS, which provides interface-level integration with the avalon-framework and with avalon-fortress. While there is no TCK for avalon, the code passes all basic integration tests.
There's a new org.jicarilla.container.integration.spring package in CVS, which provides interface-level integration with the BeanFactories from springframework. It passes all of the (IMO) relevant spring TCK.
There's a new org.jicarilla.container.integration.pico package in cvs that contains basic integration facilities for working with PicoContainer interfaces directly. It passes all the (IMO) relevant pieces of the PicoContainer TCK.
Thanks to the new sf.net donation system, you can now help cover the costs of jicarilla development. Yeah :D
cvs an discussion mailing lists have been created. Note the cvs mailing list will also receive notifications of changes made to the jicarilla wiki.
The Jicarilla wiki at http://lsd.student.utwente.nl/jicarilla/ is slowly shaping up to include some interesting documentation tidbits, mainly about the ideas that drive jicarilla development.
Version 0.4 of the Jicarilla-HTTP component library has been tagged in CVS (it lives in the platform/components/http subdirectory of the jicarilla-sandbox module). It features a statemachine-based HTTP parser, non-blocking I/O (using the java.nio package), an event-based architecture, and other neat stuff.
Version 0.6 of the jicarilla-framework has been tagged in CVS (it lives inside the platform/framework subdirectory of the jicarilla-sandbox cvs module). Besides many small changes, it now has 100% unit test coverage.
I've added a basic webserver demo which might almost work (I doubt it actually will run; probably contains a massive amount of bugs) to show where I wan't to go with this thing.
found some time to commit my initial interface package. should provide an indication of where I want to go.
The jicarilla project has been accepted as a sourceforge project and the initial codebase is currently forming on my hard drive. Go along with your lives and check back in a few weeks :D.