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JPF

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Hello All,

I've just whant to inform community that I've recently released my project
on SF
http://jpf.sourceforge.net

It is a "Java Plugin Framework" - small library to be used by developers who
whant to add "pluggable architecture" to their projects.

Actually this is just an attempt to "decouple" plug-in architecture from the
Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org) platform.

Commets are welcome.

//Dmitry Olshansky
Jul 17 '05 #1
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nice idea, i'll forward it on to a buddy of mine... i'll let you know
what he thinks

- perry
Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
Hello All,

I've just whant to inform community that I've recently released my project
on SF
http://jpf.sourceforge.net

It is a "Java Plugin Framework" - small library to be used by developers who
whant to add "pluggable architecture" to their projects.

Actually this is just an attempt to "decouple" plug-in architecture from the
Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org) platform.

Commets are welcome.

//Dmitry Olshansky


Jul 17 '05 #2

P: n/a
nice idea, i'll forward it on to a buddy of mine... i'll let you know
what he thinks

- perry
Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
Hello All,

I've just whant to inform community that I've recently released my project
on SF
http://jpf.sourceforge.net

It is a "Java Plugin Framework" - small library to be used by developers who
whant to add "pluggable architecture" to their projects.

Actually this is just an attempt to "decouple" plug-in architecture from the
Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org) platform.

Commets are welcome.

//Dmitry Olshansky


Jul 17 '05 #3

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It's good time to have a look at JPF as I recently released a simple demo
application
which just shows that framework works and what the JPF plug-in is.

//Dmitry Olshansky

"perry" <pe***@cplusplus.org> wrote in message
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nice idea, i'll forward it on to a buddy of mine... i'll let you know
what he thinks

- perry
Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
Hello All,

I've just whant to inform community that I've recently released my project on SF
http://jpf.sourceforge.net

It is a "Java Plugin Framework" - small library to be used by developers who whant to add "pluggable architecture" to their projects.

Actually this is just an attempt to "decouple" plug-in architecture from the Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org) platform.

Commets are welcome.

//Dmitry Olshansky


Jul 17 '05 #4

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