PLUS, first look at Apache Subversion 1.7.x!

eBay’s Turmeric and Vjet Projects Move to GitHub

Jessica Thornsby
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PLUS, first look at Apache Subversion 1.7.x!

eBay’s Turmeric and Vjet Projects Move to
GitHub

eBay’s open source Turmeric SOA and Vjet projects will be moving to GitHub, where they
will be available under ‘ebayopensource.’ According to David Carver, this move is an effort to “allow
better interaction with the respective community, and provide an
easy way for potential contributors to submit changes back to the
community.”

Turmeric is a Java-based SOA platform that supports WSDL, and
offers monitoring capabilities and a Repository Service that
enables service registration and governance. Vjet is a JavaScript
IDE that aims to replace standard text editors and simple
JavaScript editors.

Apache MyFaces Core 2.1.1 and 2.0.7
Released

The Apache MyFaces team have released MyFaces Core versions
2.1.1 and 2.0.7. Both MyFaces Core 2.0.7 and 2.1.1 optimise
UIComponent EventListenerWrapper and fix three bugs, including
UIData.broadcast failing to push composite component on EL stack.
Both releases can be downloaded from the MyFaces website.

First Release of Apache Subversion 1.7.x

The first public pre-release of the Apache Subversion 1.7.x
series is now available. Apache Subversion 1.7.0-alpha1 adds a new
‘svn patch’ subcommand, and limits FSFS memory consumption. The
working copy metadata storage has been rewritten, the handling of
HTTP redirects has been improved, and ‘svnsync –disable-locking’
and the ‘svn upgrade’ command for upgrading working copies have
been added. A full list of these changes is available at the
Apache Subversion website.

Subversion 1.7 will add a new ‘svnrdump’ tool that replaces the
functionality of svnadmin dump and svnadmin load, but works on
remote repositories. It will also introduce a simpler HTTP protocol
variant, for use when connecting to supported servers. Please see
the Apache Subversion 1.7 Release Notes for more
information.

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