I've always liked Jetty's ability to run inside an existing JVM, just as a library of another application. This enabled Jetty to be used in many situations, like mvn jetty:run for
debugging a webapp without even running an application server on its own. IMO this contributed
to a part of Jetty's usefulness. Almost every Maven documents today use Jetty for
web app development, or...
I recently wrote a plugin for Hudson that deploys a WAR/EAR to the appliation container. The typical intended use of this is that when you build a WAR on Hudson, you'd like to deploy it before commencing certain kind of testing.
I wanted this to be able to work with as many containers as possible, so I turned to Cargo for abstracting away the difference in how you carry out a deployment. This...
She just turned three, and she ...
recognizes the Java logo and say "Java!!"
recognizes Duke and say "luke!!"
recognizes Hudson logo and say "Hudson!!"
likes singing the "Java java jing-jing-jing" song, although the only part she can really sing is the endless repeat of "java java jing-jing-jing."
Hmm... where did I make a mistake?
When I first created Hudson on java.net, java.net only had CVS and no Subversion. Since then, java.net had added the Subversion support so that new projects can choose to use Subversion, but the existing projects didn't really have any viable migration path.
Some time after that, this got the attention of the java.net team, and a document has been written to explain how to migrate....
First, apologies for a shameless plug. Ed Burns interviewed me when we were at Sun's internal conference (this was a rather nice place near Santa Cruz), and that interview became a part of his book "Secrets of the Rock Star Programmers: Riding the IT Crest." We talked about many different things, but I enjoyed the process. What's interesting is that sometimes I learn myself by what I'm saying...
As Hudson improves its presence in Japan, I decided to resurrect my old blog in Japanese that I haven't touched for a long time.
Many of the postings are the translation of the posts I made here, but there are some additional posts in there as replies to the reactions that my posting caused among Japanese bloggers.