This project encompasses the code of integration points between Hibernate and Oracle Coherence, currently consisting of a Coherence-based implementation of the Hibernate second-level cache SPI, and a Hibernate-based implementation of the Coherence CacheStore SPI.
The CacheStore implementation is pre-existing and merely moved from the Coherence product codebase, while the second-level cache implementation represents new development targeted to the redesigned SPI released in Hibernate 3.3.
DirSynch is a bidirectional directory synchronizing software. It helps you to discover the status of each file in both directories: if it's only in one of them, if it's newer in one than in the other, or if they are simply equal. After letting you to choose which files do you want to synchronize, it performs the right operations to make both directories equal (or not, if you want it different). The program can create a backup of the files before overwriting them.
The purpose of this project is to develop the JMS (Java Message Service) Specification. Currently the project is focussed on JSR 343: Java Message Service 2.0, and hosts the mailing lists and issues database for that JSR.
The purpose of this project is to create version 3.0 of the Portlet Specification. We want to address progress in Java EE technology that has taken place since JSR286 Portlet Specification 2.0 became final in 2008 and also address new technological themes that have since come into focus.
JTB is a syntax tree builder to be used with the Java Compiler Compiler (JavaCC) parser generator.
JTB was originally developped at UCLA up to version 1.3.2 (http://compilers.cs.ucla.edu/jtb/).
It has been upgraded in version 1.4.0+ (2009-2010), as an embedded tool within the SourceForge Eclipse JavaCC plugin.
It is now (2011) provided as a standalone tool in the same hosting environment as JavaCC.
Scientific open-source programming environments coded in Java.
jLab uses Groovy as scripting engine and
ScalaLab uses Scala 2.8.1.
Although both environments are similar, ScalaLab operates generally better and faster.
Update Center 2.0 is the 2nd generation Update Center that provides a cross-OS platform, network repository-based toolkit for packaging, publishing, delivering and installing applications, updates and add-ons.
Update Center 2.0 is primarily used by the GlassFish application server 3 and 4 and provides the "updatetool" and "pkg" commands.