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Posted almost 2 years ago by andreasmihm
If you want to have a more detailed into what has changed with Gyrex 1.3, here’s the Changelog gyrex 1.3 changelog (compared to 1.2) - complete maven build support – bundle directory restructuring – fixed unit tests – introduced SystemSetting concept for better property access (Gunnar) – Console command for updating context service filters – […]
Posted almost 2 years ago by andreasmihm
If you want to have a more detailed into what has changed with Gyrex 1.3, here’s the Changelog gyrex 1.3 changelog (compared to 1.2) – complete maven build support – bundle directory restructuring – fixed unit tests – introduced SystemSetting concept for better property access (Gunnar) – Console command for updating context service filters – […]
Posted about 2 years ago by andreasmihm
As part of the Eclipse Luna release train the Gyrex development team has released version 1.3 of Eclipse Gyrex. Eclipse Gyrex is an cluster application framework on top of Equinox OSGi. It provides seamless and pain-free creation and operation of ... [More] OSGi clusters. With Gyrex 1.3. the following new functionality is available: Distributed EventBus With the EventBus it’s […] [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by andreasmihm
As part of the Eclipse Luna release train the Gyrex development team has released version 1.3 of Eclipse Gyrex. Eclipse Gyrex is an cluster application framework on top of Equinox OSGi. It provides seamless and pain-free creation and operation of ... [More] OSGi clusters. With Gyrex 1.3. the following new functionality is available: Distributed EventBus With the EventBus it’s […] [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago by Gunnar
It’s the second time Gyrex participated in the Eclipse Simultaneous Release Train. We released our 1.1 version together with Juno. Gyrex 1.1 can be downloaded here: http://download.eclipse.org/gyrex/1.1/ The release review slides as well as the IP ... [More] log is available here: https://bugs.eclipse.org/380741 We also added new tutorials together with this release: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Gyrex/Learning_Material New Administration UI Gyrex […] [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago by Gunnar
It’s the second time Gyrex participated in the Eclipse Simultaneous Release Train. We released our 1.1 version together with Juno. Gyrex 1.1 can be downloaded here: http://download.eclipse.org/gyrex/1.1/ The release review slides as well as the IP ... [More] log is available here: https://bugs.eclipse.org/380741 We also added new tutorials together with this release: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Gyrex/Learning_Material New Administration UI Gyrex [...] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by Gunnar
It’s my pleasure today to announce the general availability of version 1.0 of Gyrex. It’s a great milestone that finally brings us out of incubation. It emphasizes the fact the Gyrex is used in production today. We’ve been using it for a couple of ... [More] years now. Gyrex 1.0 can be downloaded here: http://download.eclipse.org/gyrex/1.0/ The release review [...] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by Gunnar
It’s my pleasure today to announce the general availability of version 1.0 of Gyrex. It’s a great milestone that finally brings us out of incubation. It emphasizes the fact the Gyrex is used in production today. We’ve been using it for a couple of ... [More] years now. Gyrex 1.0 can be downloaded here: http://download.eclipse.org/gyrex/1.0/ The release review […] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by Gunnar
One of the challenging parts at Eclipse is doing the release engineering work. Large projects may have dedicated resources as well as well established processes. We don’t. However, I like the way the Eclipse project is doing their builds. They have (over simplified) a “version.properties” file that contains a list of bundles and a SCM tag to […]
Posted over 4 years ago by Gunnar
One of the challenging parts at Eclipse is doing the release engineering work. Large projects may have dedicated resources as well as well established processes. We don’t. However, I like the way the Eclipse project is doing their builds. They have (over simplified) a “version.properties” file that contains a list of bundles and a SCM tag to [...]