In this post I’ll show you how to use a Maven archetype – or more specifically the TrueVFS Archetype Access – to generate a bunch of sample applications for TrueVFS. I’m using NetBeans 7.2 for this post, but similar actions apply to Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA or whatever, so please read on.
I am very pleased to announce the double release of TrueVFS 0.9.1 and TrueZIP 7.6.4. This is the first release of TrueVFS, which is the successor of TrueZIP. TrueVFS provides a significantly improved architecture which will serve as a robust and extensible platform for building future releases. Some new features have already been implemented, and a lot more will follow before the release of version 1.0.