Torsten Curdt | 20 Jun 09:49 2007

[ANNOUNCEMENT] release of common jci 1.0

Jakarta Commons JCI 1.0 is now available!

JCI is a java compiler interface. It can be used to either compile  
java (or any other language that can be compiled to java classes like  
e.g. groovy or javascript) to java. It is well integrated with a FAM  
(FilesystemAlterationMonitor) that can be used with the JCI compiling/ 
reloading classloader. All the currently supported compilers (even  
javac before java6) feature in-memory compilation. It currently  
supports compilers like eclipse, janino, groovy, rhino and javac.

Apache Jakarta Commons JCI is available in either binary or source  
form from the JCI downloads page or your favorite maven repository  
Niall Pemberton | 26 Jun 16:06 2007

[ANNOUNCE] Commons Modeler 2.0.1 released

The Commons team is pleased to announce the release of Commons Modeler
2.0.1. This is a minor bug fix release that corrects a number of build
issues found in the Modeler 2.0 release.

Commons Modeler is design to make the process of setting up JMX (Java
Management Extensions) MBeans easier by configuring the required meta
data using an XML descriptor. In addition, Modeler provides a factory
mechanism to create the actual Model MBean instances themselves. See
the Modeler website for more details:

Commons Modeler Website:

Release notes:


Niall Pemberton,
on behalf of the Commons community