2010-05-19

Scratching an itch

Several times in the past years I've found myself wanting a Java client for the Apache JServ Protocol, commonly used for communicating between a proxy/load balancer such as Apache and a servlet container such as Tomcat.

The itch has never been bad enough to spend time on, but tonight I decided to go ahead and write one (never say that waiting for maintenance windows to roll around can't be spent productively!).

So if this is the kind of thing that floats your boat, head on over to GitHub and grab your copy of the steaming hot pile of dung source code.

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lele said...

I'm waiting for your rant againt IDEs. Please let me know when you post it. My address is: egarrulo at gmail dot com.

Thank you.

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