Crossing the border: 500k lines of Java Code

For a long time we sneaked around the magical barrier, and chopped down old code to keep the project small. But now, with the Citrus report-designer at our side, we no longer fear.

Today, Ohloh finally reported that we now have over 500.000 lines of Java code in our project (trunk only, not counting the various branches). We are getting enterprisy now.

In the meantime, the report-designer has undergone yet another face-lifting.

The editor canvas now is a beauty on its own. The old and deliberatly ugly Swing-Wizard is gone and has been replaced by a much cleaner Xul-Wizard User-Interface.

Curious to see that new look? Then go grab the latest CI build and see it yourself.

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After working as all-hands guy and lead developer on Pentaho Reporting for over an decade, I have learned a thing or two about report generation, layouting and general BI practices. I have witnessed the remarkable growth of Pentaho Reporting from a small niche product to a enterprise class Business Intelligence product. This blog documents my own perspective on Pentaho Reporting's development process and our our steps towards upcoming releases.