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Maven Support – Coming to Bndtools

Jessica Thornsby
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PLUS, Atlassian Plugin SDK 3.3 released and Red Hat publish financial report.

Apache UIMA Replaces Original CPM

The Apache UIMA project has announced the release of Apache UIMA
AS version 2.3.1. UIMA AS replaces the original Collection
Processing Management scaleout in the core UIMA framework. It
includes the base UIMA SDK and augments it with scaleout
capability. This version upgrades to Apache ActiveMQ 5.4.1 and
extends the UIMA AS service JMX API to dump service state. The UIMA
AS Primitive Service has been modified to optionally dump JVM stack
if the process() method takes too long. More information on the
changes is available at the project’s JIRA. The sources and binaries can be
downloaded from the Apache UIMA website.

Early Release of Maven Support in Bndtools

Neill Bartlett has released an “Alpha” quality pre-release of
Maven support for Bndtools. Currently,
M2Eclipse is required to enable the Maven support, as M2Eclipse
provides the build-time classpath that allows Eclipse to compile
the Java sources. Bndtools projects can still be built with Bnd,
and users will not be required to adopt Maven in order to use
Bndtools. Instructions on how to get the Bndtools Alpha, are
available at Bartlett’s website.

Acceleo’s Indigo Release

Mariot Chauvin has blogged about what we can expect in the
Indigo release of Acceleo, including Ant tasks
and improved Maven support. Documentation capabilities will also be
added for query, module and template, and documentation will be
available on mouse over and during code completions.

The latest 3.x maintenance builds can be downloaded from the
Acceleo update site.

Red Hat Publish Financial Report

Red Hat have published their fourth quarter and fiscal year 2011 results, reporting
an increase in total revenue for the quarter of 25%, from the year
ago quarter. For the full year, the total revenue shows an increase
of 22% over the previous year. The company also reports a 21%
year-over-year increase in subscription revenue.

“With record bookings and billings in the fourth quarter, we are
on a run rate to become the first pure-play open source company to
achieve a billion dollars in revenues next fiscal year, a milestone
achievement for Red Hat and the open source community,” said Jim
Whitehurst, President and Chief Executive Officer of Red Hat.

Atlassian Plugin SDK 3.3 Updates Built-in
Products

Atlassian Plugin SDK version 3.3 has been
released. This release updates the built-in products, and
includes:

JIRA 4.3
Confluence 3.5
Bamboo 3.0
FishEye/Crucible 2.5.2
Crowd 2.2.2

The Confluence functional test library has also been updated,
from 2.3-beta1 to 2.3 final.

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