Interwoven’s press release regarding their patent states the following 6 claims (of 13 claims). I have quoted each claim as described in their press release, and then shown how CVS can be used to show prior-art over the claim.
Monthly Archives: February 2003
It’s a beautiful, beautiful, summer day. A perfect day for a little ego-surfing. As it turns out, madbean.com made it to Google today. In fact, I got a Googlewhack! (Well, as close to a Googlewhack as I’m ever going to get.)
RE: Glen’s comment: Enter JRun4 from Macromedia (www.macromedia.com/jrun). This tool absolutely rocks! The admin tools are superb, and it just works! I must admit that I’ve only ever had good experiences with JRun. However, for me, GUI admin tools (or any admin tools in general) don’t rank as a reason to use a particular J2EE [...]
A few months ago, Sun made available an early access compiler for JSR 14. JSR 14 adds Generics to the Java language, and will be available in full in JDK1.5.
The early-access compiler works by “wrapping” around the existing
JDK1.4 compiler, and comes with helper
.bat files. They work fine, but using those wrapper
scripts from within
wasn’t the easiest thing in the world.
So I hacked together my own Ant compiler-adapter for this early access compiler, which you can download below.
I use the following code idiom all the time. I know it seems simple, and I know there are other ways of doing it, but when I first saw it a penny dropped.