Beck needs you.
No one is developing Beck, currently; and
you're invited to take it over.
If you'd like to use the infrastructure here at SourceForge, just ask the
is publicly available.
You can download a copy thus:
-d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/beck -z3 checkout -P java
(Simply press [enter] if prompted for a password.)
To get the version of the source from which a release was built:
cvs etc... checkout -P -r version java
where version is the suffix of the name of the released .tar.gz file.
For example, `checkout -P -r v0_8 java`
will get the source from which Beck-v0_8.tar.gz was built (long ago).
for public discussion.
The initial developers were
and Ilya Netchitailo.
They used Beck to copy Java objects to and from SOAP messages, in commercial web services at
They also used Beck to construct complex objects and examine objects' content (in XML form).
They've stopped doing that work, since Open Harbor went out of business
on November 1, 2004.