After some significant research and development we’ve finally released Oracle Tools 1.1.0. While a seemingly minor update (without breaking anything), it contains some nice improvements over Oracle Tools 1.0.0.
It’s here! Oracle Coherence Incubator Release 11 has now been finalized and made public. Everyone can now pick up the official Maven builds from maven.java.net or via Maven Central in a few hours once the release distribution process has completed.
After using and I guess supporting the Eclipse IDE now for almost 10 years, it’s finally failed badly enough that I’ve dragged into the Trash. Why? The last straw was simply the irritating and annoying unstable editor scrolling performance on a variety of platforms. It’s no longer worth it.
As mentioned at the past few Oracle Coherence Special Interest Group (SIG) and Customer Advisory Board (CAB) meetings, we’ve been busily working away at opening up (open sourcing) the entire Oracle Coherence Incubator for the Coherence Community. I’m very pleased to say that this work is now “almost” complete!
Lately I’ve been doing a bunch of Maven work. For most part I think the worst of it’s over, but for those of you that have not been through the process, perhaps this highly accurate video will prepare you for what you’re in for.
Just uploaded the latest fix patches for Coherence Incubator 10. While mostly minor fixes, there’s also a few new additions, like the new @LiveObject annotation. Check out the Coherence Incubator project pages for more details. http://coherence.oracle.com/display/INC10