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ANNOUNCEMENT: Castor has been released

From: Arnaud Blandin <blandin@intalio.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 11:28:45 +0200
To: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>, "Xmlschema-Dev" <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>
Message-ID: <002001c20d3c$8f31ce40$08e10e50@intalio.com>

Hi xml developers and gurus,

The Castor Team (http://www.castor.org) and the ExoLab Group
(http://www.exolab.org) are pleased to announce a new release of Castor,
the leading open source data binding framework. 

Castor allows mapping the components of a given data format, such as SQL
tables or an XML Schema, into a specific Java representation. This
allows developers to work naturally in the native format of the
programming language, dramatically reducing development time and
simplifying project maintenance.

Castor 0.9.3 build 19 includes many bug fixes and enhancements from
version 0.9.3 build 9, and brings us many steps closer to version 0.9.4.

Only a few XML bugs/enhancements remain before version 0.9.4, this can
be tracked via bugzilla: 


A major effort has been put in implementing a reliable and easy-to-use
testing framework (CTF: http://www.castor.org/ctf.html) that allows
automatic testing and better tracking of bugs/fixes.

Feel free to ask any question to the castor mailing lists


Received on Thursday, 6 June 2002 05:29:52 UTC

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