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Tasktop ALM Tool 1.8.1 Released

Jessica Thornsby
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PLUS, Apache OpenJPA 2.0.1 and Jenkins 1.398.

Apache OpenJPA 2.0.1 Released

Apache OpenJPA version 2.0.1 has been announced. The Apache OpenJPA Java
persistence project
can be used as a stand-alone POJO
persistence layer, or alternatively integrated into a JavaEE
compliant container or framework, for example Spring or Tomcat.
This is a maintenance release, based on the final JSR 317 Java
Persistence API, Version 2.0 spec. It is backwards compatible with
the 1.2.x releases, and passes the JPA 2.0 TCK.

Jenkins 1.398 Fixes XSS Vulnerability

Jenkins 1.398 has been released with a list of bug fixes,
including a fix for a XSS vulnerability in the project relationship
page and a new extension point for exposing unprotected root
action. Please see the Jenkins page for more information
on all the changes
.

New Geppetto IDE Tooling Project

The Geppetto IDE is a new project that aims to provide
tools for simplifying the process of authoring and consuming Puppet
modules and manifests. It uses a model of the Puppet DSL, alongside
validators, formatters and parsers that can translate between a
generated module or manifest, and its editable representation. The
Geppetto IDE tooling can be used either as a stand-alone product,
or installed into an existing Eclipse IDE. More information is
available from the project’s GitHub.

Tasktop 1.8.1 Released With New Code Review
Functionality

Version 1.8.1 of the ALM Tasktop tool has been
released with a new task-focused approach to code review using
CodeCollaborator. Developers can now combine Eclipse Mylyn’s Task
List collaboration facilities with the knowledge capture
functionality of the task-focused interface, during the code review
process.

A free trial of CodeCollaborator can be downloaded now.

Swing-Based JNDI Warrior Reaches 0.2

Version 0.2 of the JNDI Warrior project has been released. JNDI warrior
provides a Swing-based client app for browsing and operating on a
given JNDI directory. It is built using Groovy and Griffon, and can
be used for debugging and environment troubleshooting, when working
with Java EE application servers. Version 0.2 can be downloaded now.

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