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Posted about 8 years ago by Radim Kolar
Updated to Java 5. Uses now standard regular expression from Java, multiline http headers supported.
Posted about 8 years ago by hs...@users.sourceforge.net (Radim Kolar)
Updated to Java 5. Uses now standard regular expression from Java, multiline http headers supported. (0 comments)
Posted about 8 years ago by hs...@users.sourceforge.net (Radim Kolar)
Updated to Java 5. Uses now standard regular expression from Java, multiline http headers supported. (0 comments)
Posted about 8 years ago by Radim Kolar
Updated to Java 5. Uses now standard regular expression from Java, multiline http headers supported.
Posted about 8 years ago by hs...@users.sourceforge.net (Radim Kolar)
I moved all my notes about possible TODO items in SC into Mantis bug tracker http://apps.sourceforge.net/mantisbt/scache/ Feel free to use it. I dont like Mantis, but it seems to be more viable option than standard SF.NET bug tracker (0 comments)
Posted about 8 years ago by Radim Kolar
I moved all my notes about possible TODO items in SC into Mantis bug tracker http://apps.sourceforge.net/mantisbt/scache/ Feel free to use it. I dont like Mantis, but it seems to be more viable option than standard SF.NET bug tracker
Posted about 8 years ago by Radim Kolar
I moved all my notes about possible TODO items in SC into Mantis bug tracker http://apps.sourceforge.net/mantisbt/scache/ Feel free to use it. I dont like Mantis, but it seems to be more viable option than standard SF.NET bug tracker
Posted about 8 years ago by hs...@users.sourceforge.net (Radim Kolar)
I moved all my notes about possible TODO items in SC into Mantis bug tracker http://apps.sourceforge.net/mantisbt/scache/ Feel free to use it. I dont like Mantis, but it seems to be more viable option than standard SF.NET bug tracker (0 comments)
Posted about 8 years ago by Radim Kolar
Smart Cache now uses SF.NET provided Bazaar repository instead of sharing Bazaar VCS files via HTTP on webspace.
Posted about 8 years ago by hs...@users.sourceforge.net (Radim Kolar)
Smart Cache now uses SF.NET provided Bazaar repository instead of sharing Bazaar VCS files via HTTP on webspace. (0 comments)