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Akka 1.0 Moves Towards 1.0 and Libre Office 3.3 RC2 Announced

Jessica Thornsby

PLUS, Griffon 0.9.2-beta-3 and Subversion 1.5.9 released.

Subversion Revision Control Reaches 1.5.9

Version 1.5.9 of the Subversion revision control system has been announced. This release targets those who are still running the 1.5 release line, and contains stability and performance fixes for the previous 1.5 chain of releases. For a full list of the improvements, please see the Release Notes.

Griffon 0.9 Maintenance Release

Griffon 0.9.2-beta-3 has been announced. This is a maintenance release of Griffon version 0.9. It updates integration files for Eclipse and IDEA to conform to their latest conventions, and allows plugins to build and package sources that should be excluded from runtime. The plugin dependencies declared using the Dependency DSL should be fully honoured in this release, and a new AST transformation has been included that can inject a Logger instance. For example, this logging statement: "Elmer Fudd hunts $wabbits"
is transformed into:
if(log.infoEnabled) "Elmer Fudd hunts $wabbits"
The Document Foundation Announce Second RC

The second release candidate of Libre Office 3.3 has been released. The size of the Windows installer has been reduced for this RC, and there is a list of bugfixes and performance improvements. For a full list of the changes, please see the Release Notes.

Seam 2.2.1.CR3 Gets JBoss AS 6 Build Scripts

Seam version 2.2.1.CR3, the final candidate for 2.2.1, has been announced. This release candidate upgrades Wicket support to version 1.4.14 and Javassist to 3.12. Spring, dvdstore, blog and jee5-booking now have a build script for JBoss AS 6 that enables packaging and deployment to AS 6. Although it does not feature full JSF2 support, these incompatibilities will be addressed in future releases of Seam.

Final RC Before Akka 1.0?

Hopefully the final RC before Akka 1.0 final, Akka 1.0-RC2 has been announced. This RC features some minor bug fixes since the 1.0-RC1 release. It can be downloaded from the project’s github.

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