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Documentation Updated, New Focus on Web Services Announced

Major refactoring and extension of the documentation has been posted. There are still some missing pieces but I am sick of writing documentation for now :-).

A new focus on web services has been defined. See http://jlense.sourceforge.net/webservices.html for details.

The JLense Road Map has been updated, http://jlense.sourceforge.net/roadmap.html.

Posted by ted stockwell 2003-02-11

0.2.0 release available

The 0.2.0 release represents the acheivement of the second JLense milestone (the Object Integration Framework).
Changes in this release include....

....The first official release of the Object Integration Framework for object access and persistence.

...The Shortcut Bar in the Workbench has been refactored. The Shortcut Bar now displays shortcuts to perspectives instead of shortcuts to views. The Shortcut Bar in JLense is now the functional equivalent of the Perspective Bar in the Eclipse IDE Workbench.... read more

Posted by ted stockwell 2003-01-07

New Release Policy

One of my New Year's resolutions is to create more regular JLense releases in order to keep interested parties up-to-date with what's happening with JLense. I did not do a good job of this in 2002. Therefore, for 2003 there will be a new release generated on the first Monday of every month (or as close to it as I can manage :-)).

Posted by ted stockwell 2003-01-07

Project Guide Available

Added 'JLense Project Guide' that describes the basic procedures for checking out, building, testing, and running JLense.

Alpha 2 release is only 2-3 weeks away. The CVS repository is in good shape.

Posted by ted stockwell 2002-09-19

Web Site Redesign

The JLense web site has been redesigned in preparation for the next release and with the hopes of providing better documentation in the future.

The JLense web site and documentation are now generated with Maven, http://jakarta.apache.org/turbine/maven/.

There is a new Programmer's Guide, a JLense Vision statement, and a Roadmap to JLense's future development. An extention point reference is in the works. ... read more

Posted by ted stockwell 2002-08-27


The first release of JLense is now available for download.

All code is available in the JLense CVS repository (please note that the CVS statistics on the JLense SourceForge Summary Page are wrong, SF is having some problems with these statistics

Also, there are two mail lists available for developers. Please join!

Posted by ted stockwell 2002-03-13

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