Mojasef goes into beta at last

Finally, I have got to a point where I reckon Mojasef is nearing a proper numbered stable release. To celebrate this I have updated the version number in the Mojasef source code to 2.0.b1 and made a downloadable release (source and jar) available at Sourceforge. I strongly encourage anyone interested in shaping the direction, contents …

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Stringtree 2.0.9

It’s been a month or so, so it’s time for another release of Stringtree. Changes in this release include: fixed some broken EasyTemplater constructors added switchable prefixing of attributes in XMLReader added switchable forcing all values to lists in XMLReader added storing cdata from mixed elements as “text()” in XMLReader added extra “read” methods to …

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Demo Friki currently out of action

I have just been informed by my hosting provider that they have had to disable the Java support on the server running the example Friki. Apparently this is due to too many applications from different users clogging up the stderr logs. I won’t be able to re-enable Friki until I have ensured that it does …

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Read JSON from a CharacterIterator

I just had a pleasant email exchange with someone who is interested in embedding Stringtree JSON in another project. In this particular case, the basic functionality of the JSONReader is fine, but the calling API was not quite aligned with what they need. So now, as well as reading JSON from a String, you now …

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A Mojasef improvement prompted by thoughts of Spring

Following on from my post a couple of days ago I’ve now added a small extra feature to Mojasef which should add a whole range of extra power. One of the things it enables is a much closer integration with Spring, but that’s only a small part of the possibilities. The way this new feature …

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Integrating a Spring context with Stringtree

I don’t tend to use it myself (preferring the “spec” mechanism built-in to Stringtree), but today someone asked me if a Mojasef application could work with Spring. After a bit of thought, some downloading, and a little playing, here is the result. My intention was to allow beans configured in a Spring application context to …

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