I am pleased to announce the relaunch of the TrueZIP User Website at http://truezip.java.net. The new website features a slightly revised design and a lot new content.
This is a quick post about doing I/O quickly with some quick help of the TrueZIP File* API.
If you are looking for questions and answers about TrueZIP, then the project’s mailing lists always have been and will continue to be a very valuable resource. However, as time goes by many new communication channels have been established within the developer community. One of the more popular communication channels is stackoverflow.com.
With the publication of TrueZIP 7.0 Release Candidate 2, the development project for the initial version of TrueZIP 7 is getting close to its end. So what’s left to do before the release of TrueZIP 7.0? Here’s the roadmap according to TrueZIP’s issue tracking system JIRA at http://java.net/jira/browse/TRUEZIP/fixforversion/14620:
If you are a TrueZIP user, you probably know that TrueZIP 6 provides various methods for bulk copying of files and directories. This article features the new methods for bulk copying in TrueZIP 7.
This post explains your options for getting support for TrueZIP.
Have you discovered a bug? Are you missing a feature? Would you like to influence the project roadmap? Would you like to vote for an issue? Then here’s your one stop shop for covering these subjects.
This blog is about TrueZIP in particular and development with Java in general. Over time, you will find posts for announcing a new version or introducing a particular feature or explaining it in more detail. If you have a question or are looking for a particular feature, please let me know so that I can address it in this blog.