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The New England Java Users Group (NEJUG) was formed in November 1998. It is open to everyone interested in Java and the JVM. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of each month. They usually start at 6pm, at the Sun Microsystems Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts.
simple business rule engine based on javax.compiler API
This project develops a plugin to connect IntelliJ IDEA to java.
JEnum is a Java runtime jar for working with enumerated types, as described in Josh Bloch's Effective Java Item 21, and a one-way code generator to create the needed classes from xml. The API is patterned after the Java Collections API.
Aspect Oriented Database
Helping developers alagoanos in the Java language
Zfs
libzfs for Java
A NetBeans Swing LAF made to mimic Office 2007
Java Monitoring and Control System (JMaCS)
Java API for invoking GraphViz
Java based test tools for the Project 25 wireline interfaces. View the "Website" link to the right for more detailed information regarding this project. Check out the "Downloads" area for pre-compiled versions of ISSI Test Tools (ITT). Use Subversion to obtain source code. This project is based on the NIST JAIN SIP stack. As of Feb 3, 2012, this project is considered complete.
DirSynch is a bidirectional directory synchronizing software. It helps you to discover the status of each file in both directories: if it's only in one of them, if it's newer in one than in the other, or if they are simply equal. After letting you to choose which files do you want to synchronize, it performs the right operations to make both directories equal (or not, if you want it different). The program can create a backup of the files before overwriting them.
PuTTY support for Trilead SSH2 library
I have found out, that there are some chances to make Sun's sun.nio.cs charset de-/encoders faster, especially for single byte charsets such as "windows-1252". For increasing usability, I would at 1st step implement http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bu
Everything about the JVM in the New England Area
Java User Group for those in the Kansas City metro area.
Groovy-based build system
Simple Annotation-based validation