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OPS4J stands for Open Participation Software for Java.
OPS4J is a community that is trying to build a new, more open model for Open Source development, where not only the usage is Open and Free, but the Participation is Open as well. Removal of barriers, let more people in, have more fun and less politics. Open Development has also been used to describe this concept.
Think of it as Wiki brought to Coding. Wikipedia is of course the most outstanding example of open collaboration.
If this is your first visit to OPS4J, we recommend you the Introduction.

 

Latest News ( all news )

Pax Exam 4.6.0 Released

The Pax Exam team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax Exam 4.6.0.

The main feature of this release is a new test container pax-exam-container-wildfly90 for WildFly 9.x and 10.x.

All users of Pax Exam 4.x are recommended to upgrade to 4.6.0.

As usual, Pax Exam artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 4.5.0

PAX JDBC 0.6.0 Released
Pax Exam 4.5.0 Released

The Pax Exam team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax Exam 4.5.0.

This is a maintenance release with some dependency upgrades and bugfixes.

Highlights:

  • OSGi 6 support (Equinox 3.10, Felix 4.6) monitored by regression tests
  • Several bugfixes for Forked Container.

All users of Pax Exam 4.x are recommended to upgrade to 4.5.0.

As usual, Pax Exam artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 4.4.0

Pax Swissbox 1.8.1 is a maintenance release including a small number of bugfixes and dependency upgrades.

For more details, see the JIRA release notes below.

As usual, all artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 1.8.0

Any feedback is welcome, either on the mailing list (ops4j@googlegroups.com) or via the issue tracker.

Pax Exam 3.6.0 Released

The Pax CDI team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax CDI 0.11.0.

This release is mostly bug fixes allowing to use this Pax CDI version with most of Apache Karaf versions.

For more details on all changes, see the JIRA release notes below.

Pax CDI artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 0.10.0

The Pax CDI team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax CDI 0.10.0.

This release is mostly bug fixes, especially on the provided Apache Karaf features. This release also provides new deltaspike features and update to deltaspike 1.2.1.

For more details on all changes, see the JIRA release notes below.

Pax CDI artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 0.9.0

Pax Exam 4.4.0 Released

The Pax Exam team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax Exam 4.4.0.

This is a maintenance release with some dependency upgrades and bugfixes.

Highlights:

  • Upgrade to JUnit 4.12 (using the OSGified version from Pax Tipi)
  • Support for WildFly 8.2.0

All users of Pax Exam 4.x are recommended to upgrade to 4.4.0.

As usual, Pax Exam artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 4.3.0

Pax JDBC 0.4.0 Released
Pax CDI 0.9.0 Released

The Pax CDI team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax CDI 0.9.0.

This release introduces new CDI scopes @BundleScoped and @PrototypeScoped for OSGi service provider beans, indicating the scope of the corresponding service in the OSGi registry. The default scope for these beans is @SingletonScoped (previously named @ServiceScoped).

@PrototypeScoped can only be used on OSGi 6.0 or higher. A runtime exception will be thrown on older frameworks. The minimum version required at runtime remains OSGi 4.3.

Service dependency handling has been improved to avoid blocking on intra-bundle dependencies.

In addition, there are many dependency upgrades and some more bug fixes.

For more details on all changes, see the JIRA release notes below.

Pax CDI artifacts are available from Maven Central.

Changes since 0.8.0