Java News from Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Ohad Serfaty has released the Java Mozilla Html Parser 1.0.1, "a Java package that enables you to parse html pages into a Java Document object. The parser is a wrapper around Mozilla's Html Parser , thus giving the user a browser-quality html parser." This is published under the LGPL.

David Cranshaw has released SQLiteJDBC 033, a JDBC driver for the SQLite database. "It is written as a thin driver on top of the SQLite 3.3.x C API. The native JNI library has SQLite compiled into it so all you need to do is include the two files packaged above in your project." This release adds fsync() support. It's published under the BSD license.

Websina has released BugZero 4.5.1, a $1299 payware (+$300 for maintenance) Web-based bug tracking system that supports multiple projects, group-based access, automatic bug assignment, file attachment, email notification, and metric reports. Bug Zero is written in Java and can run on top of various backend databases including MySQL. 4.5.1 fixes bugs.

Oliver Burn has released Checkstyle 4.3, a lint-like tool that checks Java code for adherence to various coding standards. Version 4.3 fixes bugs.

JPOX 1.1.6, an open source implementation of Java Data Objects (JDO) 2.0, has been released. that provides transparent persistence to Java objects. It supports most major SQL databases and can be queried using either JDOQL or SQL. 1.1.6 is a bug fix release. It's published under the Apache 2.0 License.

Peter Arrenbrecht has released JCite 1.8. According to Arrenbrecht, "JCite makes it possible to cite snippets of Java source code in your HTML documents - API documentation, for instance. The snippets are copied out of real, live Java class source files, which should be part of the regular build. This guarantees that the cited snippets are always up-to-date." This release adds the ability to format inline blocks. JCite is published under a BSD license.