JXplorer Version 3.3 Release Notes
* packaged JNDI LDAP test provider (junit directory mock) as part of release
* made 'official' stable release on JXplorer.org downloads page
* JXWorkBench Add on - Support for commercial jxworkbench.com plugin 'applet' as optional add on
* password vault
* csv import/export
* non-indexed & regexp client-side find and replace
* fix for default config files; move to application config directory on Win 7, or if -Djxplorer.config='user.home' used.
* set -Dfile.encoding=utf-8 for consistent x-platform behaviour
* set window title to template name
* included Mock LDAP JNDI provider for JUnit tests (see jxplorer.org/downloads/jndimock.html)
* updated Chinese language (both traditional and simplified)
* fixes for windows 7 installation
* ability to save config in 'natural' platform locations on Win7, OSX if security
prevents access to install location, or if -Djxplorer.config=home is used.
* save size and divider state of multiple windows on save
* JXPlorer Help files now also on http://jxplorer.org website
* hungarian language file
* add JXworkbench 3rd party plug in to build
* EXPERIMENTAL support for internal node renaming (== move). Not applicable for opendirectory, which will fall back to copy/delete
* fix to language file bug
* allow language to be set in config.
* Multiple Windows
* Copy-and-Paste between Windows
* Paged Results
* Window name set to data source (directory or ldif file) used.
* Editing LDIF files with schema. (2 Step process; first, connect to a directory
with the schema you wish to use. Then either disconnect or open a new window, and
edit your ldif file)
* numerous problems with naming and multi-valued naming, particularly in LDIF files
* 'copy DN' enabled for LDIF files
* improved tree selection after copy/paste/delete tree events
Many thanks to our translators who've worked so hard making JXplorer multilingual:
Chinese: For *both* Traditional and Simplified Chinese; Evereasy (Evereasy@gmail.com) -awesome work.
French: Luc and Serge, and more recently Bruno Haleblian (email@example.com) for updates.
Hungarian: Richard - many thanks.
And thanks also to many others who wished to remain anonymous, or whom we've lost track of, including
those who did the original French and German translations!