LatteKOM has moved
You can now find LatteKOM on GitHub.
These pages will remain for archeological reasons until SourceForge decides to remove them.
LatteKOM is a Java implementation of a
client library. This project focuses on creating a useful
class library making it easy for developers to create new
LysKOM clients in Java.
Check the builds directory for the latest development builds. However, the latest stable builds are available through the SourceForge File pages.
- 2004-04-25: WebLatte is a WWW client based on LatteKOM. It is available in CVS under
/main/weblatte with helper classes in the package
nu.dll.app.weblatte. It is available in Swedish only. Core LatteKOM classes has been improved as well, so LatteKOM is not dead, despite this page being left untouched for over two years (again).
- 2002-04-05: New versions 0.1.2 available, as well as a new MacOS app. Requirements: MRJ 2.2.x and the Swing library (put the Swing JAR in System Folder: Extensions: MRJ Libraries: MRJClasses).
- 2002-03-31: The package nu.dll.lyskom has undergone major changes the
last month. Most notably, the API documentation
is getting more complete, and close to the goal that client developers
shouldn't need to read the source to understand how to use the API.
If you don't know where to start, check out the
docs for the Session class.
- 2002-03-31: Also, the LatteKOM/T2 text-based
test client (nu.dll.app.test.Test2) has gotten a major overhaul and
is usable on smaller LysKOM systems (due to its inefficient handling
of unread status, it might be slow from time to time on larger
membership lists). Screenshots: Swing GUI
console, stdio console.
This page might not be up-to-date.
Please have a go at the SourceForge project
page and the README
and stuff in the CVS repository for the latest info. If you want to contribute,
check out the latest source from CVS (read the SourceForge CVS UNIX HOWTO if you're new to this), then mail me a patch or two and
tell me you want commit access. You'll need a SourceForce account if you want to do anothing
more than providing patches, and you'll probably want one even then.
LatteKOM is mainly developed by Rasmus Sten, see the README for more information.