[jdom-interest] JDOM 1.0 beta7 release candidate [eg]
alastair.rodgers at PHOCIS.COM
Tue Jun 26 03:17:43 PDT 2001
I've just downloaded beta7 and have experienced no problems so far. Just a
minor point though: the version listed in info.xml is still beta 6, which is
displayed with "java -jar jdom.jar".
Thanks for a great product!
Dr Alastair Rodgers
The information in this email is confidential and is intended solely for the
addressee(s) and access to this email by anyone else is unauthorised. If you
are not the intended recipient then any disclosure, copying, distribution or
any action taken or omitted to be taken in reliance on it, is prohibited and
may be unlawful. Information expressed in this email are not given or
endorsed by my firm or employer unless otherwise indicated by an authorised
representative independent of this message.
Leeds, LS17 9LF
Tel: +44(0)113 387 3535
Fax: +44(0)113 387 3545
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason Hunter [mailto:jhunter at collab.net]
> Sent: 25 June 2001 07:37
> To: JDOM Interest
> Subject: [jdom-interest] JDOM 1.0 beta7 release candidate [eg]
> Hi everyone,
> I just posted a JDOM 1.0 beta7 release candidate to the web site. The
> list of improvements over beta6 is substantial! We now have:
> * Support for JAXP
> * Support for XSLT
> * A correctly implemented entity model
> * A vastly more robust SAXBuilder (with a public SAXHandler,
> pluggable factories, and createXXX() methods to simplify
> * More reliable building and outputting
> * A convenient detach() method for all tree objects
> * The long-desired setName() and setNamespace() methods on Element
> * Machine-readable version information in META-INF
> * Several significant performance improvements
> * Many bugs fixed
> The full list of changes can be found in CHANGES.txt.
> The build is from the head of CVS and appears solid, but I'm
> waiting to
> call it officially "beta7" until some of you out there check
> it against
> your applications to make sure there aren't any regressions from beta6
> (and that I got the platform-specific newlines handled
> correctly). :-)
> Once a few of you have confirmed we're OK, I'll mark the build as an
> official beta7 and announce it to the world.
> So please, give this a test and let me know how it works.
More information about the jdom-interest