Testar is a tool that reduces testing time for large Java unit test suites. It runs on top of JUnit and automatically selects individual tests to execute based on changes made to the code since the previous tool invocation. It can be used both from the command line and inside an IDE.
RbUtils is a development tool which provides utilities for Java ResourceBundles. RbChecker checks if a properties file has a corresponding ResourceBundle that can be loaded from the classpath. RbContentLister displays the content of a ResourceBundle. RbGenerator generates Java ResourceBundle source file by processing properties file.
The peaberry project is an extension library for Google-Guice that supports dependency injection of dynamic services. It provides OSGi integration out of the box, and has plug-in support for other registry-based service frameworks. It ships as an OSGi bundle that can be dropped into any R4 framework, such as Apache Felix or Eclipse/Equinox. You can also use peaberry outside of OSGi.
Morph is a Java framework that eases the internal interoperability of an application. As information flows through an application, it undergoes multiple transformations. Morph provides a standard way to implement these transformations. In addition to providing a framework for performing transformations, Morph provides implementations of many common transformations. It has been built from the ground up for flexibility and extensibility, and it integrates seamlessly with dependency injection frameworks such as Spring, PicoContainer, and Hivemind.
The Maven License Verifier Plugin is a Maven plugin that is intended to check the licenses of artifacts managed by Maven. This can be done during the build process, you can choose to let the build fail if an artifact with a wrong license is used. The licenses are categorized by a definition file that lists them with their different URLs and names. This can be different from project to project.
google-rfc-2445 is a Java implementation of RFC 2445 recurrence rules. RFC 2445 describes a scheme for calendar interoperability. This project implements core parts of RFC 2445, including a parser for recurrence rules and date lists and a mechanism for evaluating recurrence rules.
tools4j-config supports long-running enterprise Java applications with a framework for handling configuration changes without restarting. It also aids in developing applications which are decoupled from knowing how and where to store, retrieve, and validate configurations. The aim is to liberate applications to use configurations seamlessly on the terms of their particular environment, without constraining them to Java SE, EE, OSGi, Spring, CDI, or any other programming model or framework.