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Native JDK 1.4.2 now available for FreeBSD
Submitted by slava on Saturday, 15 November, 2003 - 22:58
A native JDK 1.4.2 for FreeBSD has been released. Right now it is only available in source form, so you'll have to compile it from the ports collection yourself. It seems to start faster than the native JDK 1.4.1; I'll have to wait and see to be able to say if it's any more stable (the native 1.4.1p3 and 1.4.1p4 were a bit buggy.)
J2SE 1.5 expected this year
Submitted by Brad_Mace on Wednesday, 10 September, 2003 - 16:20
Changes include: eliminating the need for manual conversion between primatives and wrappers (int -> Integer), improved for loop, generic typing, Metadata, Static imports, and Typesafe enum.
JSR 198: A Standard Extension API for IDEs
Submitted by Brad_Mace on Tuesday, 9 September, 2003 - 03:24
This has interesting potential regarding jEdit, but it's still fairly early in the java community process. If it were approved and implemented, you could write a plugin once and use it with any of the major java IDEs.

They don't appear to have made public any specifics, so it's not possible to tell how hard it would be for jEdit to implement this, or whether jEdit could feasibly support this new API in addition to its current plugin API. Hopefully supporting the new API wouldn't interfere with things like dynamic loading.
Java update for Mac OS X
Submitted by Brad_Mace on Tuesday, 9 September, 2003 - 03:13
From MacNN News :

Apple has released Java 1.4.1 Update 1 via the the Mac OS X Software Update preferences The update adds improved Java applet support for Safari and other Web browsers, improved rendering, and other compatibility enhancements. A Web download link is currently not available.
Native Java JDK 1.3.1 Support For FreeBSD
Submitted by Brad_Mace on Monday, 8 September, 2003 - 05:15
A native binary of JDK 1.3.1 for FreeBSD has been
Released
Apache announces J2EE project
Submitted by Brad_Mace on Monday, 8 September, 2003 - 04:28
"...the Apache Software Foundation has initiated a project to develop an open source, Apache-licensed implementation of the J2EE specification. In addition, the project is committed to certifying the implementation as J2EE compliant."

Original announcement is here.

Cookie Nest - Java Programming
Submitted by Brad Mace on Tuesday, 2 September, 2003 - 15:14
Cookie Nest, a site for the Java programmer has recently relaunched. They have lots of java applets, applications, articles, beans, tutorials and more. Their most popular feature is a 24 chapter Java manual for beginners which is also good for those who want to review their basics. They also have forums, a chat room and a list of top Java sites. Go on over and give them a visit. ( http://www.cookienest.com )
Java 1.4.2 beta
Submitted by slava on Tuesday, 8 April, 2003 - 02:23
Java 2 version 1.4.2 beta is now out for Windows and Linux. On Windows, it features a new WinXP look and feel; on Linux, a GTK+ 2 look and feel. Note that jEdit 4.1 does not work with the GTK+ look and feel; jEdit 4.2pre1 will fix the problem.
Java 1.4.1 for MacOS X released
Submitted by slava on Tuesday, 11 March, 2003 - 01:55
It seems that Apple (finally!) released a Java 1.4.1 implementation for MacOS X. Post your experiences below.
Freezes under Java 1.4.1 with Windows
Submitted by slava on Saturday, 14 December, 2002 - 22:57
This is turning into a FAQ, so I thought I'd post it on the community site. A lot of people have complained that jEdit can hard freeze their windows system after upgrading to Java 1.4.1. If you experience this, the problem is not with jEdit, but with your video driver. Updating the driver to the latest version should solve the problem; downgrading to Java 1.4.0 might also work.
A new toolset for creating web-based user interfaces with Java
Submitted by saolja on Friday, 13 December, 2002 - 16:27

Millstone is a user interface library for development of Internet and mobile-based applications with Java. It eases web-based application development, because it provides a wide set of reusable server side components for creation of user interfaces. It provides complete UI component framework utilizing XML and XSLT for terminal independency and themes.

The development model of Millstone is closely related to traditional client-side UI development model. It has a continuous application lifecycle and an extensive event model. Millstone also provides an interface for directly connecting UI components to business logic and data storage.

J2SE 1.4.0_01 released
Submitted by slava on Monday, 10 June, 2002 - 00:11
Sun has released Java 2 Standard Edition, version 1.4.0_01. You can find a list of bug fixes here.
Post any comments you have about this release (good or bad) below.
Java 2 standard edition, 1.4 release candidate out!
Submitted by slava on Wednesday, 23 January, 2002 - 00:52
Sun has released a release candidate of JDK 1.4; you can download it here. A change log is available; from the looks of things, this is mostly a bug fix release that rounds out the new APIs introduced in 1.4. Post your experiences with the 1.4 release candidate below! I imagine jEdit 4.0pre4 and JDK 1.4RC1 would make a great combo! Smiling
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Are you interested in language packs for jEdit?
Yes, and I could help maintain translations
26%
Yes, I'd like to have translations
33%
Indifferent
35%
No, that'd be bad (please comment)
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Context Free Art (*.cfdg)   0.31   40785
JBuilder scheme   .001   16796
ColdFusion scheme   1.0   16362
BBEdit scheme   1.0   16347
R Edit Mode - extensive version   0.1   14593
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jEdit XP icons   1.0   13239
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