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Subject [Jakarta-commons Wiki] Update of "ch" by nisen
Date Tue, 12 Sep 2006 00:52:49 GMT
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- [”首页“]
+ ##language:ch
+ #pragma section-numbers off
  
+ = Welcome to the Jakarta Commons Wiki =
+ || http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/images/logo.png ||  This is the [wiki:ApacheGeneral/FrontPage
Apache Wiki] for the [http://jakarta.apache.org/commons Jakarta Commons] project and is maintained
by the [wiki:Jakarta/FrontPage Jakarta] community. To edit pages, visit [wiki:UserPreferences
login] near the top right corner of any page to create a user profile or to login. Notifications
of all changes you make will be sent to the commons-dev@jakarta mailing list, so we will be
aware of your changes and we will happily correct any small mistakes that you might make.
||
+ 
+ We're a [http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta/FrontPage Jakarta] community, dedicated to creating
reusable library components in Java. Jakarta Commons is now using [http://subversion.tigris.org/
Subversion] as the version control system.
+ 
+ Welcome: JakartaCommonsEtiquette | JakartaCommonsResources | ArticlesAndTutorials
+ 
+ Developers: GettingInvolved | [:UsingSVN]
+ 
+ Committers: CommonsPeople | ComponentPlans | CommonsCommitters
+ 
+ Bug Reports: [http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/Dashboard.jspa Jira]
+ 
+ = Components =
+ 
+ On this wiki:
+  * [:BeanUtils] - Utilities for manipulating java beans, including copying properties, cloning,
invoking methods and type conversion.
+  * [:Betwixt] - Services for mapping !JavaBeans to XML documents, and vice versa.
+  * [:Chain] - A "Chain of Responsibility" pattern implemention for organizing complex processing
flows.
+  * [:CLI] - Command Line Interface library for processing command-line options and arguments.
+  * [:Codec] -  General encoding/decoding algorithms. Includes some phonetic encoders, Hex,
Base64, and a URL encoder.
+  * [:Collections] -  Builds upon the Java Collections Framework of List, Set and Map to
provide many more implementations, new collections and abstract base classes.
+  * [:Configuration] - Tools to assist in the reading of configuration/preferences files
in various formats
+  * [:Daemon] - Run (java) applications as windows service or UNIX daemon.
+  * [:DBCP] - Database connection pooling services.
+  * [:Digester] - An XML-to-Java-object mapping utility commonly used for parsing XML configuration
files.
+  * [:FileUpload] -  Makes it easy to add robust, high-performance, file upload capability
to your servlets and web applications
+  * [http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-httpclient/FrontPage HttpClient] - A framework for working
with the client-side of the HTTP protocol.
+  * [:IO] - Utility classes, stream implementations, file filters and endian classes to assist
in input/output operations.
+  * [:JEXL] - A velocity-esque expression interpreter
+  * [:Jelly] - An XML-based scripting language
+  * [:JXPath] - Facilities for applying xpath expressions to graphs of objects of all kinds:
Java beans, Maps, Servlet contexts, DOM etc.
+  * [:Lang] - Common utilities that should be provided by the JDK, including String handling,
Object and Date helpers, nested exceptions and enumerated types.
+  * [:Launcher] -  A cross platform Java application launcher which eliminates the need for
a batch or shell script to launch a Java class.
+  * [:Logging] A thin, modular bridging API with out-of-the-box support for the most well
known logging systems.
+  * [:Math] Lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components.
+  * [:Modeler] Mechanisms to create Model MBeans compatible with the Java Management Extensions
(JMX) specification.
+  * [:Net] -  A collection of classes implementing various network protocols such as FTP,
NNTP, SMTP, Telnet.
+  * [:Pool] - A generic object pooling interface, a toolkit for creating modular object pools
and several general purpose pool implementations.
+  * [:SCXML] - A Java implementation of State Chart XML (SCXML), currently a W3C Working
Draft.
+  * [:Transaction] - Utility classes commonly used in transactional programming
+  * [:Validator] - Components for user input validation
+  * [:VFS] - Extensible framework to acces various filesystems through an unified api with
implementations for e.g. sftp, smb, http, zip, ...
+ 
+ On the commons site:
+  * http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/components.html
+ 
+ ----
+ 
+ = Sandbox =
+ 
+ TheSandbox is an open workspace for jakarta committers. This is also divided into components.
+ 
+ On this wiki:
+  * [:Id] - Generators for identifiers
+  * [:CommonsCsv] - Proposed new component
+  * [:Metadata] - Proposed new component which provides a class metadata API similar to that
of JDK5
+  * [:Compress] - Defines an API for working with tar, zip and bzip2 files 
+ 
+ ----
+ 
+ = Dormant =
+ 
+ Sandbox components that are currently inactive. On this wiki:
+  * [:CommonsConvert] - Various conversion ideas extracted from [:BeanUtils]
+  * [:FeedParser] - RSS and Atom parsing infrastructure 
+  * [:Resources] - A lightweight framework for defining and looking up internationalized
message strings.
+ 
+ ----
+ 
+ = 'Special' Wiki pages =
+ 
+ See SpecialWikiPages for a basic guide to using this wiki, a full-text search of this wiki,
a title index, orphaned and random pages, stats, and information about this wiki installation
and available extensions.
+ 

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