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jira-timetracker-plugin

A plugin that makes it easier to fill the timelogs in Jira

Updated

json-schema

JSON Schema validator for java, based on the org.json API

Updated

Java 0 0

email-javamail

JSR 919 (javax.mail) based implementation of email-api

Updated

Java 0 2

templating-html

Everit Web Templating

Updated

Java 0 2

templating-text

Templating implementation to generate simple text output (copy of Mvel Templating solution with pluggable expression evaluator).

Updated

Java 0 1

templating-api

API of templating engines

Updated

Java 0 1

expression-jexl

JEXL based implementation of expression-api

Updated

Java 0 3

expression-mvel

MVEL based implementation of the Everit Expression API

Updated

Java 0 1

expression-api

API of Expression language compilation and evaluation

Updated

email-store-ri

Reference implementation of email store API that uses a relational database and the blobstore.

Updated

email-store-ri-ecm

ECM components for email-store-ri

Updated

Java 0 1

email-store-api

API for storing email in a persistent place.

Updated

Java 0 0

eosgi-dist-schema

Schema used in eosgi distribution packages.

Updated

Java 0 0

templating-util

Classes that can be useful for all implementations of the templating-api

Updated

Java 0 1

jetty-server-ecm

Configurable components to be able to start one ore more Server instances with pre-defined servlets, filters, etc.

Updated

Java 0 2

ecm-component-webconsole

A simple webconsole plugin that shows the state of the opened ECM Component Containers and their components.

Updated

Java 0 3

osgi-webconsole-threadviewer

A webconsole plugin that shows the threads of the JVM and the snapshot of the stack of the threads

Updated

weblink

Adds a pattern to create links to other servlets within a ServletContext

Updated

Java 0 0

email-api

API for handling e-mails in Java.

Updated

Java 0 0

email-javamail-ecm

ECM Components to use Everit Email Javamail implementation in OSGi environments easily.

Updated

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