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langfors
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Anyone else having trouble downloading the daily builds? Specifically, one of my customers is running into this bug (https://jai-imageio-core.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=174) and I think if I upgrade them, I can get them past it. Are these daily build downloads mirrored anywhere?

Thanks

Sean

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chcornwell
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BTW - I logged an issue to report this problem.

https://jai-imageio.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=21

- Carl

Thad Humphries

I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think there has been a JAI or JAI-ImageI/O
daily build in *years*.

You can browse the source here:
https://jai-imageio-core.dev.java.net/source/browse/jai-imageio-core/src...

I have no idea if it is up to date.

On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 9:13 PM, wrote:

> BTW - I logged an issue to report this problem.
>
> https://jai-imageio.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=21
>
> - Carl
> [Message sent by forum member 'chcornwell']
>

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Martin Desruisseaux

Le 26/08/10 03:14, Thad Humphries a écrit :
> I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think there has been a JAI or JAI-ImageI/O daily
> build in /years/.

Unfortunatly yes, as far as I know. The last JAI and JAI-ImageIO commits were in
August 2007 and July 2008 respectively. You can browse the last commits there
(this is a conversion from the dev.java.net CVS repositories to Mercurial that
we did on our servers - this is more convenient than dev.java.net CVS for
browsing and trying experimental development on repository clones):

http://hg.geotoolkit.org/jai_core/
http://hg.geotoolkit.org/jai_imageio/

A few months ago, I talked to someone from Oracle who told me that they were
going to review Sun projects in August (this month) and decide what to do with
them. I have no idea what their conclusions were however, but my understanding
is that they will make public anouncement during the upcomming JavaOne event.

One our side, we did some experimental work:

* We updated the JAI-ImageIO JJ2000 dependency to the latest version
publicly available. This is necessary in order to avoid conflict with
the NetCDF library for example, since both JAI-ImageIO and NetCDF
depend on two different versions (with incompatible API) of the same
JJ2000 library.

* We downloaded the C code from the "OpenMedialib" project (which is also
inactive for a while) and ported it to the Unix platform (the OpenMedialib
project was for OpenSolaris only - I think it is a side effect of Solaris
open sourcing). However we are blocked (for now) by the fact that we didn't
found the source code for JNI wrappers.

I guess that we should wait for what Oracle has to said in the upcomming
JavaOne, and if JAI is not on their radar, maybe we should organize ourself (the
JAI users community) for taking JAI development in charge?

Regards,

Martin Desruisseaux

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chcornwell
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BTW - it looks like the CVS repository is still accessible if you wanted to create your own build until this is resolved. See https://jai-imageio.dev.java.net/source/browse/jai-imageio/ .

- Carl

langfors
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Carl,

I tried checking out the project but there are no sources available in that repository. Anyone have a recent source snapshot?

Thanks

Sean

chcornwell
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Sorry, I didn't pay close enough attention to my CVS client messages. Try using jai-imageio-core for the module instead of jai-imageio. I'm able to check out source tree from there.

- Carl

chcornwell
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Same here. It looks like the build process is on vacation. If you look at the parent directory

http://download.java.net/media/jai-imageio/builds/daily/

you'll see directories from 8/1 thru today, but they contain only a TIME_STAMP file. I'm not aware of a mirror site, but I may be able to dig up a Windows build from early July or a Solaris build from mid-April if either of those would be of any use to you.

- Carl

langfors
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Sorry - I should have titled this message:

"Daily build *downloads* no longer working."

Sorry about the confusion this may cause. I have no reason to believe the builds themselves are not working... if they can be located. :)

Cheers

Sean