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Posted By:   Rod_Cope
Posted On:   Monday, May 12, 2003 02:57 PM

FYI, ANTLR is included in Out-of-the-Box 2.0, an intelligent distribution of over 100 Open Source projects for Java developers on both Linux and Windows. Its graphical installer provides selective and incremental installation and uninstallation, automatic project dependency management, easy project configuration, and a highly-organized built-in project knowledge base. When installation completes, the selected projects are installed, configured, integrated, tested (with live JUnit/HttpUnit test reports to prove it all worked), running, and ready to use. You get 10 custom sample applications, including ones for JBoss that take advantage of XDoclet, Middlegen, Hibernate, AspectJ, and more. Out-of-the-Box comes with a 350 page   More>>

FYI, ANTLR is included in Out-of-the-Box 2.0, an intelligent distribution of over 100 Open Source projects for Java developers on both Linux and Windows.


Its graphical installer provides selective and incremental installation and uninstallation, automatic project dependency management, easy project configuration, and a highly-organized built-in project knowledge base. When installation completes, the selected projects are installed, configured, integrated, tested (with live JUnit/HttpUnit test reports to prove it all worked), running, and ready to use.


You get 10 custom sample applications, including ones for JBoss that take advantage of XDoclet, Middlegen, Hibernate, AspectJ, and more. Out-of-the-Box comes with a 350 page user guide that contains tips, gotchas, and workarounds for the major projects, along with a
substantial section on JBoss.


The free Community Edition is fully functional, does not expire, and does not require registration. It installs just over 25 of the 100+ projects, including JBoss, MySQL, and Castor, and comes with the Castor sample project and nearly all of the Enterprise Edition documentation.


Please visit http://www.ejbsolutions.com for details or to download the free Community Edition.


Rod

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