The 0.4 JNI++ release is available for immediate download (http://sf.net/projects/jnipp). This release includes numerous new features, a 99 page printable User Guide and all new examples that are covered in the User Guide.
If you need to integrate Java and C++, this is the only way to do it. Download now and see just how easy JNI programming can be!
The long awaited 0.3 release of JNI++ is ready for immediate download. This version represents an enormous improvement over the previous version, including a new project file format, GUI project manager, expanded documentation available in PDF or HTML and several more examples.
If you need to integrate Java and C++, then you need this toolset. Download now (http://sf.net/projects/jnipp) and eliminate your JNI frustrations for good!
The second release of JNI++, the code generating utilities that trivialize the task of programming to the Java Native Interface (JNI), is ready for immediate download (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=18731).
This release contains several important new features, such as the C++ Peer Generator utility, non-destructive code generation and new "helper" classes to assist with JNI primitive array types. In addition to the new features, this release contains bug fixes from the previous release, updated and expanded documentation and a simplified build process. Download today and experience JNI programming the easy way!
Phill Tornroth has recently been added to the JNI++ project and will be heading up the GUI/Project Manager front end development. The GUI will not replace the command-line interface, rather it will provide an alternative means of utilizing the code generators. Look for new developments soon (http://jnipp.sourceforge.net)!
The first release of JNI++, the code generating utilities that simplify programming to the JNI from C++, is available for download, along with a simple tutorial. Much more to come in the next few weeks. Visit often (http://jnipp.sourceforge.net)!