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Archive for February, 2005

Acegi Security: reducing configuration in web.xml

Posted by lubosp on February 27, 2005

Acegi Security: reducing configuration in web.xml

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StatCVS offers a view into CVS repository activity…

Posted by lubosp on February 26, 2005

StatCVS offers a view into CVS repository activity

StatCVS is a handy utility for creating charts of a Concurrent Version System (CVS) repository’s activity. In this article, developer Tom Copeland explains how to install and run StatCVS, gives an overview of the reports generated, and then explores generating reports for multiple repositories, StatCVS internals and limitations, and more.

[via IBM developerWorks Java technology zone]

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Kirill Grouchnikov’s Blog: How to create your own icons

Posted by lubosp on February 26, 2005

Kirill Grouchnikov’s Blog: How to create your own icons

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Hibernate tips from Jason Carreira

Posted by lubosp on February 24, 2005

Jason Carreira

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trails: Home – Perfect match for Luntbuild?

Posted by lubosp on February 23, 2005

Keep an eye on trails: Home. This would fit almost exactly Luntbuild development framework and it would vastly simplify the code and Luntbuild development.

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Joda Time – Java date and time API – Home

Posted by lubosp on February 23, 2005

Joda Time – Java date and time API – Home: “Joda-Time provides a quality replacement for the Java date and time classes. The design allows for multiple calendar systems, while still providing a simple API. The ‘default’ calendar is the ISO8601 standard which is used by XML. The Gregorian, Julian, Buddhist and Coptic systems are also included, and we welcome further additions. Supporting classes include time zone, duration, format and parsing. “

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Hibernate Performance Article

Posted by lubosp on February 22, 2005

Hibernate Performance Article A few Hibernate Performance articles.

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Mark Doliner has forked JCoverage to create Cobert…

Posted by lubosp on February 21, 2005

Mark Doliner has forked JCoverage to create Cobertura, a free-as-in-speech (GPL) code coverage tool for Java.

Mark Doliner has forked JCoverage to create Cobertura, a free-as-in-speech (GPL) code coverage tool for Java. I’m not sure this is so much of a fork as it is picking up an abandoned project and running with it. The sample output looks solid, not quite as polished as Clover’s output, but functional and readable. It is a little embarrassing just how little of Cobertura’s own code is covered by unit tests.

[via Cafe au Lait Java News and Resources]

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Keep your activation status intact when reinstalling XP

Posted by lubosp on February 17, 2005

Keep your activation status intact when reinstalling XP

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Creating Wizard Dialogs with Java Swing Wizard di…

Posted by lubosp on February 17, 2005

Creating Wizard Dialogs with Java Swing

Wizard dialogs are ubiquitous in today’s desktop applications. This article creates a framework for a simple wizard dialog, complete with Back, Next, and Cancel buttons that you can extend for use in your applications as necessary.

[via java.sun.com]

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