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1. Jdeb19 usages

org.vafer » jdebApache

This library provides an Ant task and a Maven plugin to create Debian packages from Java builds in a truly cross platform manner. Build your Debian packages on any platform that has Java support. Windows, Linux, OS X - it doesn't require additional native tools installed.
Last Release on Nov 30, 2021

2. Jdependency11 usages

org.vafer » jdependencyApache

This project provides an API to analyse class dependencies
Last Release on Aug 4, 2022

3. Dependency4 usages

org.vafer » dependencyApache

This project provides an API to analyse and modify class dependencies
Last Release on Mar 26, 2007

4. Drift

org.vafer » driftApache

Drift can be used to serialize and deserialze objects in a cross language manner. It will generate code based on a grammar and provide hooks for data migrations across different grammar versions. In many ways very similar to Thrift (original code base) and protobuffers. It's focus is serialization and data migration rather than RPC and service implementation though.
Last Release on Oct 29, 2008

5. Maven Skin

org.vafer » maven-skin

vafer.org maven skin
Last Release on Oct 21, 2008

6. HelloWorld

org.vafer » helloworldApache

This example demonstrates
Last Release on Jun 17, 2018

7. Jmx2munin

org.vafer » jmx2muninApache

Munin plugin to access JMX information
Last Release on Apr 12, 2011

8. Jdeb Patched

org.vafer » jdeb-patched

Jdeb Patched
Last Release on Mar 15, 2016

9. Jdeb

org.vafer » papi-jdebApache

This library provides an Ant task and a Maven plugin to create Debian packages from Java builds in a truly cross platform manner. Build your Debian packages on any platform that has Java support. Windows, Linux - it does not require additional native tools installed. The API underneath is well abstracted can easily be adopted for other areas as well.
Last Release on Dec 19, 2011

10. Maven POM

org.vafer » maven-pomApache

Maven POM
Last Release on Oct 21, 2008

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