This is a maintenance release which fixes issue 1707044 where JPAM causes JDK crashes on lots of machines. The fix is to roll back the 1.0 fix for expired accounts.
JPam is available and should run on Linux x86, Linux x86_64, Mac OS X, Solaris and HP-UX. It has been tested on Linux x86 and x86_64 and on Mac OS X PPC and Intel.
The release fixes one major bug with expired accounts and a few minor bugs. See http://jpam.sourceforge.net/changes-report.html for details.
JPam has been used in production systems for several years now. With this release it should be considered stable.
The JPam website has been upgraded to make it more useable. It is built using Maven, although the core build is still Ant based. Also a new mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org has been added. This is the preferred support mechanism. In addition the documentation is now available as a PDF which may be printed.
Source and binaries for Linux x86, Linux x86_64, Mac OS X and new in this release: Solaris.
On Linux, this release has been tested on Red Hat AS 3 and 4, Fedora Core 3 and 4, SuSe Linux 9 and Novell Linux Desktop. On Mac OS X it has been tested on Mac OS X 10.4.1 Tiger.
This is a stable release. JPAM has been now been used in production for five months and extensively tested. Several bugs fixed.
Source and binaries for Linux x86, Linux x86_64 and Mac OS X. This is a stable release. JPAM has been used in production for three months and extensively tested. Several bugs fixed.
Source and binaries for Linux x86, Linux x86_64 and Mac OS X. With this release JPAM is ready for developer use.