24 September 2006 - Commons Configuration 1.3 released
Commons Configuration 1.3 is now available. This release adds many new features. Some highlights are support for XPATH expressions when querying properties from hierarchical configurations, the new DefaultConfigurationBuilder class as a hierarchical alternative to ConfigurationFactory that allows for more configuration options, or support for configuration listeners that are notified about modifications on a configuration object. A full list of changes since the previous release can be found in the change log.
Commons Configuration is available in either binary or source form from the Configuration downloads page.
10 September 2006 - Commons JEXL 1.1 released
Commons JEXL is available in either binary or source form from the JEXL download page.
03 August 2006 - Commons Attributes 2.2 released
Attributes is considered to have been made obsolete by the Java 5.0 release, so 2.3 and beyond are not expected to be created.
Attributes is available in either binary or source form from the Attributes download page.
31 July 2006 - Commons Modeler 2.0 released
Modeler is available in either binary or source form from the Modeler downloads page.
28 July 2006 - Commons SCXML 0.5 released
The Apache Jakarta project would like to announce the release of Commons SCXML 0.5. This is the first release.
State Chart XML (SCXML) is currently a Working Draft published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). SCXML provides a generic state-machine based execution environment. Commons SCXML provides a Java implementation of the SCXML engine. Anything that can be represented as a UML state chart -- business process flows, view navigation bits, interaction or dialog management, and many more -- can leverage the Commons SCXML library.
Commons SCXML is available in either binary or source form from the Commons SCXML download page - http://jakarta.apache.org/site/downloads/downloads_commons-scxml.cgi
See the Release Notes for information on API stability.
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