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JDOM 1.1.2 Released
I'm happy to announce the release of JDOM 1.1.2 today. It's a drop-in replacement for JDOM 1.1.1 with more than a dozen bugs fixed.
JDOM 1.1.1 Released
We released JDOM 1.1.1 today. This release includes an important Namespace synchronization bug fix, a new SAXBuilder flag for faster parsing, an updated Jaxen library, new support for Unicode surrogate pairs, and support for the Android Dalvik VM.
New COS Release
Today I released a new version of the COS library, best known for its MultipartRequest and MultipartParser file upload components. This release adds a few browser workarounds, a new exception subtype, and support for esoteric platforms.
JDOM 1.1 Released
I just posted the JDOM 1.1 release for download. This release includes about 20 improvements and bug fixes.
I've been "BileBloged". Getting "biled" is an honor. It means Hani Suleiman has dedicated one of his BileBlog entries to me, bitching and moaning as only he can. In this case he's biling about a talk I gave on open source at the TSS Symposium in Vegas this afternoon.
But sadly -- instead of a good healthy lampooning of my actual beliefs and words -- Hani put words in my mouth. That's just not right. I've gotta bile back.
Screencasting with Jon Udell
I recently did a "screencast
" with Jon Udell at Infoworld in which I demo XQuery and the MarkLogic Server. It's 12 minutes long and shows some short but powerful queries running against O'Reilly book and article content.
Blog spam on ISP reviews
The blog spammers look to be posting to any form with a "comment" field. I predict what's next...