Sun released Java 1.5.0_17 today. This release fixes (among other things) the regression bug of Java 1.5.0_16 which made it impossible to view and edit metadata in Conzilla. I wrote about this in a previous blog post.
Generally I recommend to use Java 1.6, but if you have to use 1.5 for some reason you can get the new version directly from Sun.
Two bug fixes:
- Corrected SHAME ULM formlets. because of a typo some URIs were invalid upon automatic generation.
- Fixed an error related to serialization to RDF/XML. in some rare cases just N-TRIPLE worked. Saving to RDF/XML and RDF/XML-ABBREV works again.
Conzilla should update itself through Java Web Start when you start it next time.
Two bug fixes:
- Non-ASCII URIs could not be properly published to Collaborilla (this bug made this quick bug fix release necessary)
- The reload button did not take the threaded/unthreaded setting into consideration
As usual, Conzilla should update itself through Java Web Start. Have fun.
This is a maintenance release, fixing the following bugs:
- “Contexts” context menu was disabled when clicking for the first time
- Shortcut and menu for closing a tab/context-map did not work
- “Window”-view could not be closed via X-button in the window frame
- “Save” button was always enabled
- HTTP implementation of RemoteStorage did not timeout properly
- Multithreaded loading of maps caused problems; it is optional now and deactivated it by default
- Sindice client did not time out
- Metadata popup sometimes showed up beneath map elements
- Added menu to manually clear the container and metadata caches
- Content URLs did not open in a browser on newer MacOS systems
Conzilla 2.2 requires a Java Runtime Environment in version 1.5 or newer and can be installed via the download page. If you already have an installation of Conzilla 2.1 it should be sufficient to launch Conzilla via the shortcuts. Java Web Start will then take care of the upgrade.
If you have comments or suggestions you can send them directly to the Conzilla mailing lists.