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Groovy-Eclipse 2.1.1 RC1 and Spock 0.5 Released

Jessica Thornsby

PLUS, second release for MyFaces CODI.

Second Outing for CODI

The second release of Apache MyFaces Extensions
CDI, aka ‘CODI,’ is out now. CODI provides portable CDI extensions
for Java SE and EE. This release introduces a client side
windowhandler and a trinidad support module. It also allows the
cleanup strategy of empty window contexts to be customised. Not
familiar with CODI? Be sure to check out our
interview
with project lead Gerhard Petracek, to find out
more!

New Release for Apache Empire-db

Apache Empire-db version 2.0.7-incubating has been released. Apache
Empire-db is a data access and persistence component for relational
databases, based on JDBC. With this release, users can now set a
limit for the maximum number of rows returned.
Empire-Struts-Extensions has been updated to Struts version 2.2.1
and now provides Portlet Support.

First RC for Groovy-Eclipse 2.1.1

Six weeks after the publication of 2.1.0, a first RC for Groovy-Eclipse 2.1.1 has been
announced. The Groovy editor now features quickfixes, and
statically imported fields and methods are now available from
content assist and in the inferencing engine. Semantic highlighting
highlights static, field and deprecated references, and the New
Groovy Class wizard has an option to create a Groovy script.

Spock 0.5 Supports Groovy 1.8

Spock version 0.5 has been released. Hamcrest
matchers are now deeply integrated with Spock’s condition
mechanism, and recently failed spec classes/methods will be run
first, if enabled. There are also some new, built-in extensions and
Groovy 1.8 is supported.

Who To Watch Our For in 2011

Rob Diana has published his predictions for 2011, in his
9 Programming Languages To Watch in 2011
analysis.

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