Thu, 21 Sep 2017 10:50:55 -0500 by leiko
We have just released a new Node type capable of managing a Docker engine by leveraging model@runtime.
Introduce the DockerNode.
Let’s get started
In order to test this new node, you need to get the latest Kevoree Java Runtime.
Then create a KevScript file
/path/to/dockernode.kevs with this configuration:
The DockerNode is a decorator around the JavaNode so you can still use your previous JavaNode-related configurations
And bootstrap your runtime using this KevScript:
java -Dnode.bootstrap=/path/to/dockernode.kevs -jar /path/to/kevoree.jar
Tue, 05 Sep 2017 03:48:00 -0500 by leiko
We have just released new stable versions of the
We are aware of the misleading difference between the two platforms major versions and we will most definitely make those converge in a near future (at least for the CLIs)
Those new versions are the output of 3 years of incremental development with the feedbacks received from the HEADS consortium.
- publishing on a Kevoree registry is now pre-checked to prevent erroneous publication of models
- improved logging experience
- shared user config in
Main changes for Java:
- instances classloader are now using a
URLClassLoader approach, which is supposed to reflect the default behavior intended by 3rd-party libraries users
- runtime errors/exceptions are now understandable with a clean stack bubbling all the way up to the core
Main changes for NodeJS:
- improved error handling (Promises instead of callbacks except for instances lifecycle hooks)
- development tooling is now packed in a
kevoree-scripts module to clarify projects for new-comers
Fri, 30 Jun 2017 02:16:41 -0500 by leiko
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Thu, 29 Jun 2017 20:16:41 -0500 by leiko
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