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[News] New Java-based Free Software, Expansion in Eclipse

  • Subject: [News] New Java-based Free Software, Expansion in Eclipse
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 12:27:56 +0000
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Terracotta polishes Quartz job scheduler

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| Having bolted the open source Ehcache Java 
| caching software it bought to its Java 
| application clustering environment, 
| Terracotta has now added the Quartz job 
| scheduler it acquired as 2009 was winding 
| down.


Genuitec to introduce MyEclipse IDE for the Spring Framework

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| Genuitec will introduce on Tuesday a 
| version of its MyEclipse IDE for use with 
| the popular open-source Spring Framework 
| for Java development, sans the backing of 
| the major developer of the framework 
| itself, SpringSource.


SpringSource Offers dm Server to Eclipse

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| The chief commercial sponsor of the open 
| source Spring Framework project announced 
| on Tuesday that a proposal to make dm 
| Server part of the Eclipse Runtime Project 
| had already been submitted to Eclipse.org 
| under the project name "Virgo."


OLS Dialog: An open-source front end to the Ontology Lookup Service

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| With the growing amount of biomedical data 
| available in public databases it has become 
| increasingly important to annotate data in 
| a consistent way in order to allow easy 
| access to this rich source of information. 
| Annotating the data using controlled 
| vocabulary terms and ontologies makes it 
| much easier to compare and analyze data 
| from different sources.
| [...]
| We have therefore created a Java front end 
| to the Ontology Lookup Service, called the 
| OLS Dialog, which can be plugged into any 
| application requiring the annotation of 
| data using controlled vocabulary terms, 
| making it possible to find and use 
| controlledvocabulary terms without 
| requiring any additional knowledge about 
| web services or ontology formats.



Eclipse 4 goes a mile further

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| A graphical user interface (GUI) generated
| via an XML dialect, a concept already
| previously demonstrated by Mozilla years
| ago, is to become part of the next version
| of the free Eclipse development
| environment. Casually called "e4", the
| second milestone of the fourth version of
| Eclipse, has just been released.

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