Attrezzo Release 20020314
14 March 2002
The biggest novelty of release 20020314 is the implementation of
facilities for importing and exporting Xindice resources from and to
the file system. As explained in the Attrezzo
Walk Through, this functionality is achieved via Wizards.
have also introduced a dialog box requesting confirmation of any
delete action, to avoid accidental removal of important database
items. A confirmation request is also issued when choosing to remove an existing server location.
We have fixed a problem that, under
certain circumstances, caused the hierarchical tree representing
the Xindice resources to reveal empty dangling links when a node
with no displayable children was expanded.
In the previous releases some special handling was necessary to get the log4j logging via nox.logger to produce output.
The nox.logger team has produced a new release, 0.1.2, which fully addresses these problems--thanks Cagatay! This release of
Attrezzo is dependent on the new nox.logger, so please download it if you do not have a copy yet. Logging output for Attrezzo
goes both to the Eclipse console and the file
Finally, this release sees a considerable improvement in the Javadoc documentation of the source code.
We have not yet set up a CVS repository on SourceForge.net, but we will as soon as there are committers on the
project besides ourselves. For now you will find full source to the plugin in the release download; the file name
For documentation on the tool, take a look at the Attrezzo
Walk Through. To download this release, click here.
Information on all of the components that are needed for Attrezzo to work can be found in the