Monthly Archives: August 2011

FedEx Lost My $1500 Package from Dell

I ordered a new computer from Dell a couple of weeks ago, and it was supposed to be delivered yesterday. I work, you know, so I wasn’t here when FedEx attempted to deliver it. And because it’s a pricey item, … Continue reading

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New DrJava Beta Release: drjava-beta-20110822-r5448

We have made a new development release available: drjava-beta-20110822-r5448. You can download it from the DrJava website or from SourceForge. Available for download at http://drjava.org. DrJava is a lightweight programming environment for Java designed to foster test-driven software development. It … Continue reading

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DrJava Now Works Even When Launched with the Java 7 JRE

I think I’ve got DrJava working with the Java 7 compiler the way it should, even when started with the JRE (as long as the JDK is installed as well). That was the situation that both Corky and I got … Continue reading

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ACM Membership Certificate

I received a certificate from the ACM today. “This is to certify that, having fulfilled the requirements for professional membership,” I am admitted into the Association for Computing Machinery. Why yes, I really did pay that membership fee. Which is … Continue reading

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PPPJ 2011 Program is Up

The program for PPPJ 2011 is available now. Of course I am excited about the Habanero Java and DrHabanero papers from Rice, but the University of Lugano paper Portable and Accurate Collection of Calling-Context-Sensitive Bytecode Metrics for the Java Virtual … Continue reading

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Java 7 for DrJava and Concutest

I worked on Java 7 support this weekend, and I’m almost done. I just discovered that Concutest is currently incompatible with Java 7, though, so I will need to disable the ConcJUnit option in DrJava when using Java 7. I … Continue reading

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