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Java Community Process [message #2296] Wed, 15 April 2009 21:20 Go to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner KeilFriend
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As spoken and promissed today, here's the GeoAPI website:

It is completely built with Maven. Although dependencies are not listed
there at the moment, it contains JSR-275, the Units and Measure API for
Aimed to become either part or Science and Research driven extension to Java
7 it does work with every Java 5 or above JDK as of now.

Partial UCUM support has already been added.Which meets some of the
activities, Grahame Grieve supports at UCUM used as it seems by former OHF
components now relocated to the OHT project.

Martin Desruisseaux from GeoAPI is JSR-275 EG member, so for questions he is
usually involved in the JCP, too.

Hope it helps, after speaking with Ralph Müller, I also consider suggesting
Apache Felix to the EG in order to combine Maven and OSGi.
To make GeoAPI or at least JSR-275 available as a bundle, too.

Any experience with that from the Eclipse side is welcome where required. So
far I mostly worked with OSGi on the server side, e.g. via SpringSource Tool
Suite and their container.

Re: In AGR While Creating Datapool, "Link to Datapool" is not visible [message #1788151] Wed, 30 May 2018 16:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: In AGR While Creating Datapool, "Link to Datapool" is not visible [message #1791035 is a reply to message #1788151] Thu, 21 June 2018 16:29 Go to previous message
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