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HP EliteBook 850 vs. Ubuntu

Well, it seems I’m going to travel around the world in the next few weeks. So I have to say good-bye to my desktop machine at the office (a bit customized Dell one with Ubuntu and ZFS with a few … Continue reading

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JPA Persistence Support will Arrive with Java EE

I could spent some time on this weekend on Gradle JavaEE functionalities. Someone said, that all this support would be half handed without a persistence support. So I’ve added that. The current implementation is nearly as good as you can … Continue reading

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Gradle Web Projects are Coming

My last post was about that the first deployment of a somewhat special web application has happened. It seems NetBeans needs a separate content directory which would be an exploded war (at least according to my research). However the SPI … Continue reading

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Gradle WebProject Deploys in NetBeans

I had a small breakthrough with supporting Gradle Web Projects. It is now possible to run a web application from NetBeans with a configured Application Server. There are restrictions though: The Application Server shall beĀ  a Glassfish The project shall … Continue reading

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Gradle Web Projects are Moving to NetBeans 8.2

I some free time and decided to update my web-project branch from trunk (of course along with the 0.7.0 features). After the update I’ve checked that how would it compile against NetBeans 8.2. It did not end up well. It … Continue reading

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Ubuntu LivePatch is Enabled

What a coincidence! I just had to reboot lkishalmi.eu this afternoon after ~20 days of uptime in order to apply kernel and docker changes. I briefly thought when would we use the Live Kernel patching feature which is one of … Continue reading

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System Property Leakage in Gradle

I presented Build and CI for our Test Automation Course on two Universities. I use Gradle as build tool, as I think this is the future for at least the JVM based languages, and it is quicker to demonstrate how … Continue reading

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