Free, Open Source
Buju, the BBeans Universal Java Utility beta release, is now downloadable.
Buju enables non-Java applications to execute Java code through a secure socket.
Buju Server Deployment:
Using the popular BeanShell
Java interpreter, Buju safely extends Java to any programming environment
that supports sockets. Buju can be installed as a Windows Service or as a Linux/Unix
Features: Buju is a multi-threaded, multi-user server which supports
multiple private and shared Java interpreters, interpreter locking, namespace
'push' and 'pop', easily modified administration scripts and more.
Uses: Buju can be used to access Java PDF, RTF and HTML libraries, MS
Excel and Word libraries, charting libraries, e-mail libraries, web services and
Its free, freely distributable, and open source, so you can start using it
today. Download now!
BPrep Preprocessor Coming Soon
BPrep -- a free Java-based, open source program preprocessor -- extends traditional
preprocessor capabilities such as
with regular expressions, line tags, and section tag handling.
Using section tags, you can override or extend-and-include marked sections
#include files. With line tag definitions, you can handle
line numbers in your source code. And with Java regular expressions, you can do
much more than simple search-and-replace
Release date is soon, so check back often.
Launches New Site
The BBeans.biz website launch marks the beginning of a hopefully long involvement
in the Java and Java-related software community. In particular, BBeans.biz is
dedicated to using Java to enable legacy and non-Java software environments to
extend their capabilities. We hope the site serves you well. Thanks for dropping
Because it is brand new, the site is likely to go through a shake-out period.
Please bear with us as we fix broken links, misspelled words,
and bad explanations. You can help by pointing out the flaws you find. Please
contact us with your suggestions. -BBeans.biz