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Software, in terms of this blog, is articles involving released software
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The latest development version of qpScanner is now in SVN at RIAForge.
It would be great if people could test it out and let me know of any issues they encounter.
As before, it is all self-contained, so it can be installed and run with minimal effort.
Note: As this is still the development version, you need to use the zip option at the bottom of the RIAForge page, not the "Download Project" link - the button will only give the old version.
When released, v0.7 will be a significant new version,
so I want to give a quick discussion of the new features...
As promised previously,
here is a more detailed entry on the announcement to Open Source the Railo CFML engine.
Today at the midday Scotch keynote, Gert Franz and Luc Texier made an impressive announcement: Railo is going completely Open Source.
This is an exciting move both for Railo and for the CFML community as a whole, and I'll be writing more details about it later, but for now here some some quick key details...
There will be two editions of Railo, with the Community and Professional editions combining into one, and the Enterprise edition being the other:
The new Community+Professional edition will be Open Source and there will be no limit to the number of web contexts allowed.
The Enterprise edition will have added value features, including tools from Intergral.
The license will be LGPL2, which means you can distribute Railo along with commercial software.
The timeline for release of the source code is mid to late October, around the time that Railo 3.1 is due for release.
The announcement is online at the JBoss website at www.jboss.org/railo
More Information available: Railo goes Open Source with JBoss.org (Update)
The code for my QueryParam Scanner
has been uploaded to RIAForge.
QueryParam Scanner is a simple tool which scans your code for queries and
reports back about any variables that are not inside
Download QueryParam Scanner from RIAForge.
I have just released Java RegEx Utilities on RIAForge, which is a CFC enabling easy access to Java Regular Expression functionality, adding to what is available in the standard CFML functions.
Currently there are two main functions.
jre.get(Text,RegEx) returns the matches to the regular expression as an array.
jre.replace(Text,RegEx,Replacement) is similar to REReplace, but the Replacement argument can be a function pointer, allowing you to process the results of a regex match with a function
You can find more usage details on the jre-utils wiki, which I plan to update with some examples of when each of these functions can be useful.
I have tested jre-utils against Railo 2 and CFMX 7, but it should also work with ColdFusion 8 and the Java version of BlueDragon - if anyone can test/confirm this please let me know.
Download Java RegEx Utilities from RIAForge.