Bindul has written 22 posts for Random musings

SSH/SFTP unit testing using JUnit

Working on the sfnet-mvnrepo-plugin in Infix there was a need to unit test piece of code which connected to a SFTP site and parsed the directory tree. The easy option of course was to use a specific server with SSH/SFTP enabled, but didn’t want the tests to depend on external environment or resources. So the … Continue reading

Infix is born!

Last week we registered a new project over at SourceForge – MindTree Infix. The project will be a collection of maven plug-ins and skins. So far, we have only set up the ‘infrastructure’, a basic skin and a few pages on the website – http://mvn-infix.sourceforge.net/. Infix does not have to start from the scratch – … Continue reading

Mailing List spam on Sourceforge

The good folks over at sourceforge do an excellent job providing a home for open source software. They have some excellent services as well. However, of late I have been having a lot of problems with spam in the mailing lists. The user mailing list for the project that I administer there has been set … Continue reading

Maven NSIS Plugin 0.2.0 M1 Released

After about 3 weeks of work (free time work only of course), I finally met my target to have enough done to get the first milestone build in the current development cycle out for the Maven NSIS plugin. Though there were only few changes in the release, it was fun though – getting NSIS to … Continue reading

The two libraries saved

Bindul’s Tech Log: Death of a good library Following on from the old post about commons email and commons CLI, a current check on the Apache Commons home page, both of these are not listed as Commons Proper components. Feels good to know that I am not the only one who liked the libraries. Thanks … Continue reading

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