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JSFUnit 2.0.0 Beta 2 Released With JBoss AS7 Support

Jessica Thornsby
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PLUS, first beta of Cassandra 1.0.0, and LucidDB 0.9.4 released with new AdminUI.

JSFUnit 2.0.0 Beta 2 With JBoss AS7 Support

The second beta of JSFUnit 2.0.0 has been
announced. JSFUnit is a test framework for JSF applications, where
the tests run inside the container, giving the developer access to
the internal JSF component tree, EL Expressions and the
FacesContext.

For JSFUnit 2.0.0 Beta 2, the CDI-based annotations have been
ported to use Arquillian TestEnricher, meaning that CDI is no
longer required for the new annotations to work. JBoss AS7 is also
supported, and the source code has been moved to GitHub. The use of
Cargo/Cactus instead of Arquillian is still supported, although
developers using Cargo/Cactus must continue to use JUnit 3. More
information is available at the Release Notes.

 

LucidDB 0.9.4 Released with AdminUI

Version 0.9.4 of the LucidDB
open source RDBMS, is now available. LucidDB is built for
analytics, including integrated ETL and OLAP capabilities, and this
release includes a new AdminUI browser-based administration tool,
which allows users to perform tasks such as running SQL, creating
tables and views, and monitoring server performance. This release
also updates jline to version 1.0, and upgrades Fennel to use
STLPort 5.2.1 and Boost 1.43.

 

First Beta of Cassandra 1.0.0

The first beta of Cassandra 1.0.0 is now available. This first beta
release adds RowLevel support to secondary index API, throttling
for internode streaming, and support for pluggable secondary index
implementations. Scheduler JMX metrics have also been added, and
lazy initialisation is now used instead of class initialisation in
NodeId. There are also bug fixes, including a backwards
compatibility fix for CQL memtable properties. More information is
available at the Changelog, and Apache Cassandra 1.0.0 Beta 1
can be downloaded for testing now.

 

New Release for Eclipse Protocol Buffers
Plugin

Version 1.0.2 of protobuf-dt, has been released.
protobuf-dt is an Eclipse plugin that provides support for Protocol
Buffers, with features such as syntax highlighting, content-assist,
and automatic generation of numeric tags. This release fixes bugs,
such as a failure to compile on save, and a failure to display all
protoc errors as editor markers. The “protoc” naming requirement
has also been removed for the 1.0.2 release. The plugin can be
downloaded from Google Code.

 

Bug Fixes for Apache HTTP Server 2.2.21

The 2.2.21 release of the Apache HTTP server is out now.
This is primarily a security and bug fix release, which addresses a
regression introduced in 2.2.20, and adjusts the log severity of
“incomplete redirection target” message. A full list of the fixes, can be viewed now.

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