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From Sandro Böhme <sandro.boe...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Fwd: free JCR browser Eclipse plugin
Date Sat, 17 Dec 2005 21:22:10 GMT
Martin Perez wrote:

>Well I feel a needing to post this. I did not want to announce it earlier
>but sandro's announce make me do it (because I don't want that someone
>accuse me as a copycat :D). I also developed an open source JCR browser
>during last weeks.
>
>You can see here a screenshot <http://jlibrary.sourceforge.net>. The curious
>thing is that it's really similar to Sandro's tool, I suppose that JCR
>browsers will be all very similar: a tree for the item hiearchy and a
>properties view for the properties :)
>
>A difference with Sandro's project is that this JCR browser is integrated in
>a higher-level tool: jLibrary http://jlibrary.sourceforge.net. jLibrary is a
>document management system that now uses jackrabbit as the backend. I hope
>to release a new version (with jackrabbit, previous versions used an
>hibernate based backend) this january, and with that version there will be a
>generic JCR/Jackrabbit browser. Now I am on late test stages, and if you
>want to download the source code feel free to do it from sourceforge.net
>http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/jlibrary. It's mostly finished, and I am
>currently preparing the final web pages.
>
>My problem is that probably I won't be able to improve my generic JCR
>plugin, because I am only a single person, and the overall project is really
>very large. So I'm not posting this message here only for publicity, but for
>if you think, specially you Sandro, that maybe you could be interesting in
>joining efforts.
>
>Kind regards,
>
>Martin
>
>  
>
Hello Martin,

to find out how to cooperate I downloaded your plugin. But in the 
browser view I see are no nodes.
I will have a look at the sources because I guess the JCR browser is not 
yet included in the current
release. The developers guide pdf file looks like a very good start.

Cheers,

Sandro




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