We are closing in on the 0.9.4 release of DivConq. In this release we added support for building the divconq libraries using POM files and “mvn install”.
Furthermore, we now have now DivConq (BETA-2) in Maven’s Central repository. This is essential for anyone trying to build Java extensions for DivConq. Many popular Java build tools, such as Maven and Gradle, require a Maven artifact when compiling. With the release of 0.9.4 all you’ll need to do is add this dependency to your build file (e.g. your POM).
If your development relies on the file system notifications you’ll also need to set the library path:
-Djava.library.path=[path to jNotify 0.94 native libs]
Our support of Maven’s Central Repository greatly simplifies the process of creating custom projects from the DivConq framework. We’ll post more on this topic in the coming months.