Monday Apr 12, 2010

Pkgapp 3.4 in the hopper!

Releasing soon

It has been a long time since my last update but a lot has transpired in the past few months.

Sun was bought by Oracle...in case you've been hiding in a cave waiting for the latest :)  As you can see I am still employed with Oracle. Although my company has changed, my day to day duties have remained the same: Sun Directory Server support, as well as DirTracer and Pkgapp maintenance.

With version 3.3, I changed how I gathered libraries from cores and processes. As a result, some international users had issues with localized versions of Sun web server.  Because of this bug and a few others, as well as needing a re-branding of the Pkgapp product from Sun to Oracle, I've been working these past few months on Pkgapp 3.4.

The code looks tight and the Pkgapp Reference Guide (pdf) is complete.  Once I get the okay from Oracle Legal on licensing, I can release this new version.  I'm hoping this will happen in the next few days, so stay tuned.

Lee

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A Tech Blog about the Sun Java Systems Dirtracer Toolkit. Dirtracer and this blog written and maintained by Lee Trujillo an Oracle Senior Principal Support Engineer.

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