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Bck2Brwsr 0.19

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Bck2Brwsr 0.19 comes with many little improvements and one new feature: it can execute JUnit in the browser!

  • Better support for Annotation - so good that bck2brwsr can now execute JUnit tests
  • Support for all classes from java.util.concurrent package, so JUnit runs without problems
  • Switching to version 2.1.0 for retrolamda
  • More robust generated JavaScript file - doesn't override already defined classes
  • Uses version 1.3 of netbeans:Html4Java API.
  • Record name of an OSGi bundle to be used when Maven coordinates are missing like in JUnit case
  • Don't convert Date objects to current time millis
  • Use boolean.valueOf() to simplify mixing of boxed and unboxed booleans
  • Perform more conversions before returning Java value to JavaScript from a Java callback
  • Launcher.createBrowser can specify its own page
  • Make sure class cast exception contains the same message as produced by JDK
  • Convert undefined value read from arrays into null
  • Convert content of array properly before entering JavaScript
  • Turning the bck2brwsr VM into an OSGi bundle
  • Introducing vmtest.precompiled=<regexp> property to verify that bck2brwsr generated resources are really used
  • Don't include VM in VMTest initialization, let it be loaded on demand
  • System.exit terminates associated launcher
  • eval(JavaScriptResource) as string to prevent double obfuscation
  • Don't report warnings when generating minified version of bck2brwsr libraries

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