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From Martin Perez <mper...@gmail.com>
Subject Fwd: free JCR browser Eclipse plugin
Date Sat, 17 Dec 2005 08:18:26 GMT
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

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