After 7 months of work the Apache Syncope team is proud to announce the final release of the first stable version since entering the Apache Incubator. This release took a bit more than expected because the team had to get familiar with new ASF procedures and toolset.
Cargo is a really nice piece of software that comes handy when developing web apps, by enabling deployment on a significant number of JEE containers at a very low price of some configuration parameters. The current version (1.2.2) has support for Oracle WebLogic up to 10.3.x; however, with some very little modifications it can handle 12c as well.
Will you ever think to deploy a webapp based on the most diffuse and popular Apache Cocoon version (2.1) onto the most recent Apache Tomcat? Well, despite of the fact that the former reached its widest spread when the the latter's major version was 3, 4 or 5 at most, it is actually possible. Only, completely undocumented :-)
“Ogni volta che avete fatto queste cose a uno solo di questi miei fratelli più piccoli, l'avete fatto a me.” (Mt 25, 40) E' quello che mi risuona in testa da ieri sera. Ho scritto e cancellato questo articolo ben tre volte: avevo raccontato cosa mi ha riportato alla mente queste parole, ma mi sono accorta che, concedendo troppi dettagli espliciti, ero scaduta nel luogo comune e avevo sminuito quello che volevo esprimere realmente.
It's happened again: once in a while I must install the latest version of Eclipse IDE on my laptop, for various reasons (check some plugin, see how things look there, and so on). Hence, one more time, I come to Eclipse website, spend some nice time finding the right version for me, then download, uncompress, start. When it prompts for workspace location, an ancient image comes in front of my eyes and I start remembering Amiga workbench and its drawers...