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From Sandro Boehme <sandro.boe...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: New Release: JCR Browser Version 0.9.4
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2009 10:17:24 GMT
Thanks Michael,

you are right. I will keep that in mind the next time.

Best,

Sandro

Michael Wechner schrieb:
> Dear Sandro
> 
> Please use [ANN] tag within subject in the future
> 
> (see 
> http://www.nabble.com/CRX-1.4.1-released---powered-by-Apache-Jackrabbit---Sling---thanks%21-tt21791028.html#a21791028)

> 
> 
> even if JCR Browser seems to use Apache license 2.0
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Michael
> 
> Sandro Boehme schrieb:
>> Dear Jackrabbit community,
>>
>> I'm excited to announce the 0.9.4 version of the JCR Browser.
>> Please see below for the complete release notes.
>> Any feedback is very welcome (also requests for support and suggestions
>> for improvements). Please just drop a mail to sandro_boehme at
>> users.sourceforge.net and CC the mailing list
>> jcrbrowser-developers@lists.sourceforge.net.
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Sandro
>>
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>>
>> -- Release Notes -- JCR Browser -- Version 0.9.4 --
>>
>> ++ Introduction ++
>> This is the 0.9.4 release of the JCR Browser. It is a simple and free 
>> Eclipse based
>> open source tool and visualizes the content of a JSR 170 compliant 
>> Java Content
>> Repository. It is stable, maintained and supported since 2006.
>> You can find out more about it at 
>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/jcrbrowser/.
>>
>> ++ News and Noteworthy ++
>> The main feature is the new standalone version that has been created 
>> by Ketan Padegaonkar
>> (http://ketan.padegaonkar.name/). It is a minimum version of Eclipse 
>> that only includes the
>> Eclipse plugins that are really nessesary for the JCR Browser.
>> The splash screen has been designed by Rishikesh Parkhe 
>> (http://rishiparkhe.googlepages.com).
>>
>> The new release also contains:
>> o An upgrade to Jackrabbit 1.5.2.
>> o An alignment of the connector naming
>> o The new remote Jackrabbit HTTP connection.
>> o A new "Select node by XPath" action. This action
>>   expands and selects the node that corresponds to
>>   the XPath
>> o A new "Select node by UUID" action. This action
>>   expands and selects the node that has the specified
>>   UUID.
>>
>> ++ Release Contents ++
>> o JCR Browser Standard Edition (JCRBrowser_0.9.4_StandardEdition.zip)
>>   It contains the following connectors:
>>   - Apache Jackrabbit repository via RMI:
>>       Connects to a Jackrabbit repository that runs on a server and is
>>       available via RMI. The classpath of the repository is under your
>>       control there.
>>   - Apache Jackrabbit repository via HTTP:
>>       Connects to a Jackrabbit repository that runs on a server and is
>>       available via RMI. The classpath of the repository is under your
>>       control there.
>>   - Apache Jackrabbit repository bundled with the JCR Browser:
>>       When using this connector the JCR Browser starts the
>>       repository within the VM of Eclipse. Thats the reason why you
>>       have no control over the classpath of the repository in this
>>       case.
>>       This is the fastest connector but it also locks the repository.
>>       This means that you need to close the connection in the JCR Browser
>>       first, if you want to start the repository within your own
>>       application.
>>
>>   For further information e.g. installation information please consult
>>   the ReadMeFirst.txt file that can be found in the root folder of the
>>   distribution.
>>
>> o JCR Browser jLibrary Edition (JCRBrowser_0.9.4_jLibraryEdition.zip)
>>   Additionally to the standard edition it contains a connector for the
>>   jLibrary Document Management System (see http://www.jlibrary.org)
>>
>> ++ Known Bugs ++
>> o At the moment you will not see the list of registered namespaces
>>   when you connect to the repository via RMI or HTTP. Please monitor
>>   https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR-1959 for possible
>>   workarounds.
> 


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