Priha alpha releases available
I'm happy to announce the availability of Priha 0.7.0 alpha release from http://www.priha.org/!
Priha is an implementation of the JSR-170 Java Content Repository Standard. Essentially it means that if you design your Java app around JSR-170, you have a nice, structured key-value store with queries and you don't have to care about database schemas and other low-level stuff. Priha currently has full Level 1 and Level 2 support, and out of the optional features it supports locking.
Priha was designed to be extremely embeddable, and you can run it with no extra dependencies whatsoever, aside from the regular JRE. A single JAR file is all you need (and of course the jsr-170-api JAR)!
And yes, Priha does now pass the TCK test suite, in case you were wondering. I haven't yet bothered to go through the hoops of officially certifying it, though it might be cool at some point.
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