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third-party from group uk.org.retep.third-party (version 10.1)

This repository contains various third party sources required by the main retepTools repository. The reason for this is when they are only available in SNAPSHOT format and we require a release version to enable us to run a release. Although not ideal, this is sometimes necessary if some critical bug needs to be fixed. Currently this contains docbkx-tools. Rules for this repository: * Projects must follow the same licensing as the main project :- BSD, Apache2 etc but not GPL, LGPL etc * groupId's must be within the uk.org.retep.third-party namespace - and not the projects original namespace (so we don't have version conflicts) * Must be disabled/removed once those projects become stable

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Group uk.org.retep.third-party
Version 10.1
Last update 29. January 2010
Newest version Yes
Organization Retep Development Group
URL http://kenai.com/projects/reteptools
License BSD
Dependencies amount 0
Dependencies No dependencies
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rat-lib from group com.google.code.p.arat (version 0.5.1)

Release Audit Tool (RAT) is a tool to improve accuracy and efficiency when checking releases. It is heuristic in nature: making guesses about possible problems. It will produce false positives and cannot find every possible issue with a release. It's reports require interpretation. In response to demands from project quality tool developers, RAT is available as a library suitable for inclusion in tools. This POM describes that library. Note that binary compatibility is not gauranteed between 0.x releases.

Group: com.google.code.p.arat Artifact: rat-lib
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Artifact rat-lib
Group com.google.code.p.arat
Version 0.5.1
Last update 26. June 2007
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://code.google.com/p/arat/
License The Apache License Version 2.0
Dependencies amount 2
Dependencies commons-collections, commons-lang,
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jardiff from group jardiff (version 0.2)

A tool to help visualise API differences between two different versions of a project. Jardiff takes two jar files and outputs all the public API changes as xml, html or plain text. Currently this is command line driven, though we are working on an ant plugin. It requires java 1.4 to run. <h2>Background</h2> At OSjava, we were using a shell script to work out API differences between our release versions. This unfortunately doesn't scale very well to larger projects, the main reason for jardiff was to do the same in a much shorter time (From memory it was taking minutes to get the API diff from two fairly small jars). In it's current state, jardiff can generate the api differences between rt.jar for java 1.4 and java 1.5 in under 20 seconds, so it should scale to even the largest of projects.

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Artifact jardiff
Group jardiff
Version 0.2
Last update 21. February 2006
Newest version Yes
Organization OSJava
URL http://www.osjava.org/jardiff/
License not specified
Dependencies amount 5
Dependencies asm, asm-commons, commons-cli, ant, ant-trax,
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org.semanticweb.hermit from group net.sourceforge.owlapi (version 1.4.5.519)

HermiT is reasoner for ontologies written using the Web Ontology Language (OWL). Given an OWL file, HermiT can determine whether or not the ontology is consistent, identify subsumption relationships between classes, and much more. This is the maven build of HermiT and is designed for people who wish to use HermiT from within the OWL API. It is now versioned in the main HermiT version repository, although not officially supported by the HermiT developers. The version number of this package is a composite of the HermiT version and a value representing the OWLAPI release it is compatible with. Note that the group id for the upstream HermiT is com.hermit-reasoner, while this fork is released under net.sourceforge.owlapi. This fork exists to allow HermiT users to use newer OWLAPI versions than the ones supported by the original HermiT codebase. This package includes the Jautomata library (http://jautomata.sourceforge.net/), and builds with it directly. This library appears to be no longer under active development, and so a "fork" seems appropriate. No development is intended or anticipated on this code base.

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Artifact org.semanticweb.hermit
Group net.sourceforge.owlapi
Version 1.4.5.519
Last update 18. February 2020
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://hermit-reasoner.com/
License LGPL
Dependencies amount 9
Dependencies commons-logging, owlapi-distribution, axiom-api, axiom-c14n, axiom-impl, axiom-dom, automaton, java-getopt, trove4j,
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dbvolution10 from group nz.co.gregs (version 0.9.2)

Advanced Library to Remove Object Relational Impedance. DBvolution translates all database concepts into Object Oriented concepts, allowing you to spend all your time writing Java rather than fixing broken and awkward SQL. DBvolution transforms your schema into classes, reduces the database configuration to sparse annotations on the classes, and allows querying directly from the classes. Queries are created inside your java code and takes as little as one line for a multi-table outer join. Retrieving the rows from the query is only one more method call. Dozens of SQL functions are available without leaving your Java code and use chaining to build complex expressions easily. Transactions are encapsulated into a thread-like API, allowing you to write complex database interactions in complete safety. The queries performed by DBvolution are always available for debugging and checking by DBAs before release. There are examples in nz.co.gregs.dbvolution.examples, and documentation at http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz.

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Artifact dbvolution10
Group nz.co.gregs
Version 0.9.2
Last update 21. August 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization Gregory Graham
URL http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz
License Commercial License
Dependencies amount 27
Dependencies mysql-connector-java, h2, mysql-connector-mxj, postgresql, reflections, commons-logging, dbvolution-eclipse, jung-visualization, jung-graph-impl, sqlite-jdbc, commons-codec, nuodb-jdbc, derby, derbyclient, jts, joda-time, simmetrics-core, jtds, mssql-jdbc, annotations, jsr305, jackson-dataformat-yaml, jackson-databind, jbcrypt, commons-lang3, commons-crypto, compiler,
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dbvolution7 from group nz.co.gregs (version 1.0.0)

Advanced Library to Remove Object Relational Impedance. DBvolution translates all database concepts into Object Oriented concepts, allowing you to spend all your time writing Java rather than fixing broken and awkward SQL. DBvolution transforms your schema into classes, reduces the database configuration to sparse annotations on the classes, and allows querying directly from the classes. Queries are created inside your java code and takes as little as one line for a multi-table outer join. Retrieving the rows from the query is only one more method call. Dozens of SQL functions are available without leaving your Java code and use chaining to build complex expressions easily. Transactions are encapsulated into a thread-like API, allowing you to write complex database interactions in complete safety. The queries performed by DBvolution are always available for debugging and checking by DBAs before release. There are examples in nz.co.gregs.dbvolution.examples, and documentation at http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz.

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Artifact dbvolution7
Group nz.co.gregs
Version 1.0.0
Last update 27. May 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization Gregory Graham
URL http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz
License Commercial License
Dependencies amount 26
Dependencies mysql-connector-java, h2, mysql-connector-mxj, postgresql, reflections, commons-logging, dbvolution-eclipse, jung-visualization, jung-graph-impl, sqlite-jdbc, commons-codec, nuodb-jdbc, derby, derbyclient, jts, joda-time, simmetrics-core, jtds, mssql-jdbc, annotations, jsr305, jackson-dataformat-yaml, jackson-databind, jbcrypt, commons-lang3, commons-crypto,
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dbvolution from group nz.co.gregs (version 1.0.5)

Advanced Library to Remove Object Relational Impedance. DBvolution translates all database concepts into Object Oriented concepts, allowing you to spend all your time writing Java rather than fixing broken and awkward SQL. DBvolution transforms your schema into classes, reduces the database configuration to sparse annotations on the classes, and allows querying directly from the classes. Queries are created inside your java code and takes as little as one line for a multi-table outer join. Retrieving the rows from the query is only one more method call. Dozens of SQL functions are available without leaving your Java code and use chaining to build complex expressions easily. Transactions are encapsulated into a thread-like API, allowing you to write complex database interactions in complete safety. The actions performed by DBvolution are always available for debugging and checking by DBAs before release. There are examples in nz.co.gregs.dbvolution.examples, and documentation at http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz and http://sourceforge.net/p/dbvolution/blog/

Group: nz.co.gregs Artifact: dbvolution
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Artifact dbvolution
Group nz.co.gregs
Version 1.0.5
Last update 18. August 2018
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz
License Non-commercial License
Dependencies amount 16
Dependencies mysql-connector-java, h2, mysql-connector-mxj, postgresql, reflections, commons-logging, dbvolution-eclipse, jung-visualization, jung-graph-impl, sqlite-jdbc, commons-codec, nuodb-jdbc, derby, derbyclient, jts, joda-time,
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jcql from group com.trebogeer.jcql (version 0.8.7)

JCQL is a tool allowing to generate boilerplate java code from existing cassandra schema. It is intended to be used with Cassandra 2.1+ due to support of UDTs (User Defined Types)/Tuples/Collections. Cassandra's UDTs/Tuples/Collections and an ability to introspect schema through java driver make it possible to automatically generate POJOs and corresponding mappers between database and java models. Properly generated java code saves development efforts and is less error-prone compared to hand coding. Accompanied with proper CI and deployment it can also guarantee consistency between database and java models at any point of application lifecycle from development to production rollout. JCQL does not rely on java reflection or annotations which means all discrepancies between actual cassandra schema and what client code expects it to be will be identified during compilation not at runtime in the middle of the night right after production release. No need to worry about Cassandra client code performance implications due to use of reflection.

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Artifact jcql
Group com.trebogeer.jcql
Version 0.8.7
Last update 11. March 2016
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://github.com/trebogeer/j-cql
License Apache License, Version 2.0
Dependencies amount 10
Dependencies cassandra-all, jaxb-xjc, args4j, snakeyaml, guava, javatuples, slf4j-api, logback-classic, cassandra-driver-core, cassandra-driver-mapping,
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HermiT from group com.github.ansell.hermit (version 1.3.8.2-ansell)

HermiT is reasoner for ontologies written using the Web Ontology Language (OWL). Given an OWL file, HermiT can determine whether or not the ontology is consistent, identify subsumption relationships between classes, and much more. This is the maven build of HermiT and is designed for people who wish to use HermiT from within the OWL API. It is not officially supported by the HermiT development team, but was built initially for use with the Clojure-OWL library. It is built using the HermiT source tree without modification. There have been some additions to the test source tree to account for differences between the maven and ant environment; these are small and (hopefully) maintainable. The version number of this package is a composite of the HermiT version and an value representing releases of this packaged version. So, 1.3.7.1 is the first release of the mavenized version of HermiT based on the 1.3.7 release of HermiT. This package includes the Jautomata library (http://jautomata.sourceforge.net/), and builds with it directly. This library appears to be no longer under active development, and so a "fork" seems appropriate. No development is intended or anticipated on this code base.

Group: com.github.ansell.hermit Artifact: HermiT
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Artifact HermiT
Group com.github.ansell.hermit
Version 1.3.8.2-ansell
Last update 03. September 2013
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://hermit-reasoner.com/
License LGPL
Dependencies amount 12
Dependencies owlapi-api, owlapi-impl, owlapi-parsers, owlapi-rio, sesame-rio-turtle, sesame-rio-ntriples, sesame-rio-rdfxml, axiom-api, axiom-c14n, axiom-impl, axiom-dom, automaton,
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superpom from group it.tidalwave.thesefoolishthings (version 4.10)

[![Build Status](https://drone.io/bitbucket.org/tidalwave/thesefoolishthings-superpom-src/status.png)](https://drone.io/bitbucket.org/tidalwave/thesefoolishthings-superpom-src/latest) A feature-rich SuperPOM for building Java projects. It features: * explicit version configuration for a number of plugins; * easy configurability by means of pre-defined properties to avoid cut & copy of plugin sections. A number of profiles, easily activatable, are available for: * Spring-AOP configuration; * different kinds of Continous Integration tasks, including a full run of QA tools such as JaCoCo, FindBugs, PMD, etc... * deploying WARs and locally running them with Tomcat or Jetty; * creating a Mac OS X bundle for JavaFX applications; * creating .deb packages for both application and services; * a customized release cycle, including all requirements for the Maven Central such as signing, with a 'transactional' behaviour (all artifacts, both the DSCM and the Maven artifacts are prepared on the local disk, so they can be uploaded in a second moment); Remember to customise it ------------------------ If you use it, please remember to change the ```description```,```url```, ```organization```, ```developers```, ```license```, etc... to override those related to the development of this POM.

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Group it.tidalwave.thesefoolishthings
Version 4.10
Last update 02. May 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization Tidalwave s.a.s. (http://tidalwave.it)
URL http://tidalwave.it
License Apache-2.0
Dependencies amount 0
Dependencies No dependencies
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