Monthly Archives: June 2011

Turmeric SOA and Cloud Mashups

One of the things we get asked is how can Turmeric SOA work with existing web services?  Do we have to migrate all our services over to use Turmeric?   The answer is no.   While the best gain in … Continue reading

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Eclipse Parent POM and Static Code Analysis

If you are running an open source project at eclipse.org, and are using Maven then we have some good news for you.   A newly deployed Parent POM has been created for your use.  To use the parent pom, you … Continue reading

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Turmeric SOA/VJet migrate to GitHub for Source Control

The eBay Open Source projects, Turmeric SOA and VJet, have migrated all their source code to be hosted by GitHub.    All project code will now reside under the ebayopensource GitHub organisation.    Forums, Wiki, Builds, and Issue tracking remain … Continue reading

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Xalan Commit Analysis

I’ve blogged a couple of times about the state of the Xalan-J project at Apache.   Recently I’ve been using Ohloh.net to track some other projects, in particular the committer activity.    For Xalan, here is a graph that displays … Continue reading

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Enable Code Coverage for Integration and Unit Tests using Cobertura and Maven

On the turmeric project, we maintain a nightly dashboard.  On the dash board we collect statistics about the project, including code coverage, findbugs analysis and other metrics.   We had been using the Maven EMMA plugin to provide code coverage, … Continue reading

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Tycho Surefire Test Setup Tips

I’ve been helping the CDT project setup some of there build for an eventual migration to Tycho and Maven.  The CDT org.eclipse.cdt.core.tests bundle has a large legacy test suite in it.  It also is highly dependent on the TestSuite method … Continue reading

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Xalan a Step Closer to the Attic

As a follow up to the prior post about Xalan, a recent posting to the xalan-dev mailing list, the Apache board may have no choice but to move the project to the attic. The main problem is that at Apache … Continue reading

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