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JIDE 3.2.0 Released With JDK7 Support

Jessica Thornsby
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PLUS, OpenGamma 0.9.0 and JBoss Tools 3.2.1 adds m2eclipse 1.0.0 support.

JIDE 3.2.0 With JDK7 Support

Version 3.2.0 of the JIDE Swing
component, is now available. This release introduces a new line
wrapping feature for the StyledLabel component so now, when calling
setLineWrap(true), the styled label will automatically wrap,
without the need to add line breaks to the text. MarkerArea and
MarginArea have been added to CodeEditor: a MarkerArea can be
placed next to a vertical scroll bar, where it displays an overview
of errors in a large component; and a MarginArea is also placed
next to a component that has a vertical scroll bar, but it can
scroll with the content in the viewport. TableDiffPane supports the
diff of two tables, and 3.2.0 is the first release of JIDE
officially supporting JDK7. JIDE have now stopped supporting JDK5,
although the release “should” still run on JDK5.

A free license is available for open source projects.

 

Bug Fixes for MigLayout 4.0

MigLayout has reached version 4.0. With this release, the code base
has been updated to for-each loops and no explicit value unboxing
or boxing. There are also bug fixes, including a fix for a Negative
Array Exception that could happen in rare circumstances, and a bug
where some layout changes didn’t re-layout the container. This
release requires at least Java 5 to run.

MigLayout is a SWT/Swing/JavaFX layout manager, and the layout
engine is written in pure Java, with no dependencies on any other
specific UI toolkit, including Swing.

 

Android Configurator for M2E Brings Maven Support to
ADT

A beta of Android Configurator for M2E 0.3.0 has
been released. This Maven Integration for Eclipse plugin adds Maven
support to Android Developer Tools, and the Maven Android Plugin.
This beta introduces an incremental builder, that should improve
build performance.

“Your Android builds will be faster as they no longer run a
Maven shell and only rebuilds when relevant files have been
modified,” promises the release announcement.

It can be downloaded from GitHub.

 

JBoss Tools 3.2.1 Adds m2eclipse 1.0.0
Support

JBoss Tools 3.2.1 is now available. This
release moves the JBoss Maven integration from m2eclipse version
0.12 to support m2eclipse 1.0.0. However, this does mean that if
you used the JBoss Tools Maven integration, you must uninstall the
integration and m2eclipse 0.12, before being able to upgrade to
JBoss Tools 3.2.1. Users must also have m2eclipse 0.12 installed
before they upgrade.

 

OpenGamma 0.9.0 Released with Updated Web
UI

Version 0.9.0 of the OpenGamma platform,
has been announced. Version 0.9.0 has been released instead of the
planned 0.8.1 release, which would have included fake data for
evaluation purposes. Version 0.9.0 features end-to-end support for
some new asset classes, including Futures, Future Options, Interest
Rate Swaptions, and Vanilla and Single Barrier options. Market Data
Snapshots are also supported end-to-end, allowing the use of live
market data or calibrated snapshots, in various contexts. The web
UI has been enhanced, and users can now graphically edit Yield
Curve Definitions and View Definitions.

Version 0.9.0 can be downloaded now.

 

Bug Fixes for Scala 2.9.1 RC3

The third release candidate of Scala 2.9.1 is available.
This is a maintenance release that fixes a string of bugs,
including assertion errors, problems with the typechecker, and an
unnecessary structural type in collection.Iterator’s
implementation.

Scala 2.9.1 RC3 is intended to be fully binary compatible with
the existing version 2.9.0.1.

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