I just went to check the diffs between my local Subversion copy of the code and the repot at http://svn.igniterealtime.org/svn/repos/smack.
There are no incoming changes, which seems odd to me as the code is being maintained, and I haven’t updated my copy of the code since before Christmas.
So, where is the latest code, if it is not at the repo link above, please?
I’m only aware of http://fisheye.igniterealtime.org/browse/smack
Maybe one of the offical dev’s could bring some light into this.
You aren’t seeing any updates since the most active development is for 3.2.2, which is happening on a branch.
You will see an update when that is merged into trunk, or other changes that are already occuring on trunk are committed.
If you recall, I wanted to work on a Maven build for Smack, and also to review the various issues that I raised.
I could do that against the branch, or wait until you commit to trunk. It depends on timing really. If you could give us a hint as to when trunk will have the 3.2.2 updates, then I can decide what to work on and when.
No further development should be done on 3.2.2. It would be released already if there weren’t a few test cases failing
Once those are fixed, that branch will be effectively closed. I want new development to occur on trunk towards 3.3. I am not sure you should try the maven route yet though, I already have it pretty much mavenized in a workspace at home (from last year). Problem is that the current build actually includes the classes from some other jars as part of the deployment, which in a maven world should be a dependency. This is not a major issue, but in addition to that I have been thinking about some changes to the artifacts that are being produced. This is something that I would only want to do in a 4.0 release.
I have been putting off converting to Maven while I think about a road map for the future.
OK, I shall await the collapse into trunk and see what that looks like.