WeirdX 1.0.27 released

Announcements Posted by jsurfer on Wednesday, March 14 @ 20:40:09 MET (1 reads)

WeirdX is a pure Java X Window System server released under GNU public license. Version 1.0.27 has improved multi-window mode.
http://www.jcraft.com/weirdx/index.html

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External Resources for Ant

Announcements Posted by jsurfer on Tuesday, March 13 @ 12:26:40 MET (0 reads)

A new page in the Ant project lists external resources for Ant: tasks, IDE integration tools, loggers…
There is an interesting tool listed on the page named Anakia, which can transform XML into other formats (HTML for example).
See: http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/external.html

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Jive talkin’: Open-source Java forum software (by Jay Allen)

Java Software Posted by jsurfer on Friday, March 09 @ 16:36:00 MET (0 reads)

IBM’s DeveloperWorks published an article about Jive. It’s an example of how to customize Jive to suit your site’s needs.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-jive.html

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SkinLF (Skin Look and Feel)

Java Software under GNU license Posted by jsurfer on Thursday, March 08 @ 20:16:42 MET (0 reads)

With Skin Look and Feel, you can change the look and feel of your Java� 2 application ! A lot of themes are available. And best of all SkinLF is published under LGPL license.
http://www.l2fprod.com/software/skinlf/index.html

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XBrowser open source Internet browser

Java Software under GNU license Posted by jsurfer on Thursday, March 08 @ 14:59:43 MET (1 reads)

XBrowser will execute on any OS supporting Java 2 platform. It is fully multithreaded and it means that you can open several web pages simultaneously in one session.
http://xbrowser.sourceforge.net

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Define requirements for new Ant 2.0 version

Announcements Posted by jsurfer on Thursday, March 08 @ 14:53:21 MET (1 reads)

To advance the definition of Ant, user requirements are now being accepted on the Ant-Dev mailing list. Any requirement will be accepted for consideration. New features will be excepted until March 21st, 2001. At that time, each requirement will be discussed for inclusion in an Ant 2.0 requirement document.
http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/antnews.html

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Writing a Java Beautifier for JBuilder

Books and Tutorials Posted by jsurfer on Saturday, March 03 @ 17:50:35 MET (1 reads)

A nice article by the author of Java Beautifier. It explains how to write a JBuilder OpenTool. It also goes into the inner logic of the Java Beautifier.
http://javaregex.com/cgi-bin/pat/jbeautarticle.asp

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The GNU GPL and the American Way (ZDNet)

Links Posted by jsurfer on Friday, March 02 @ 22:15:22 MET (2 reads)

By Richard Stallman

http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/comment/0,5859,2690949,00.html

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The Waba VM is now available as an open source project.

Announcements Posted by jsurfer on Thursday, March 01 @ 20:02:00 MET (0 reads)

Waba is a small, efficient and reliable Java Virtual Machine (VM) aimed at portable devices like PalmOS or WindowsCE (but also runnable on desktop computers.
http://waba.sourceforge.net/

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QtJava and KDEJava: An Interview With Richard Dale (kde.org)

Java Programming Posted by jsurfer on Thursday, March 01 @ 15:27:10 MET (0 reads)

Richard Dale is the author of the bindings for the KDE and Qt libraries to the Java programming language. You can read an interview at:
http://dot.kde.org/983311036/