We’re very pleased to announce the the release of Blazegraph 2.1.4. This is a maintenance release of Blazegraph. See the full details here.
2.1.4 Release Fixes
- [BLZG-533] – Vector the query engine on the native heap
- [BLZG-2041] – BigdataSail should not locate the AbstractTripleStore until a connection is requested
- [BLZG-2053] – Blazegraph Security Reporting Instructions
- [BLZG-2050] – Fork Colt Libraries to remove hep.aida
- [BLZG-2065] – Remove Autojar and Unused Ant Scripts
Security Reporting Procedure
Blazegraph has an updated security reporting procedure. Please see the guide for reporting security related issues. This process is monitored on a daily basis. All security reports are acknowledged within 24 hours. Mitigations for reported security issues are made in a reasonable timeframe, which may be as quickly as 24 hours for high-severity issues.
git clone -b BLAZEGRAPH_RELEASE_2_1_4 --single-branch https://github.com/blazegraph/database.git BLAZEGRAPH_RELEASE_2_1_4 cd BLAZEGRAPH_RELEASE_2_1_4 ./scripts/mavenInstall.sh ./scripts/startBlazegraph.sh
<dependency> <groupId>com.blazegraph</groupId> <artifactId>bigdata-core</artifactId> <version>2.1.4</version> </dependency> <!-- Use if Tinkerpop 2.5 support is needed ; See also Tinkerpop3 below. --> <dependency> <groupId>com.blazegraph</groupId> <artifactId>bigdata-blueprints</artifactId> <version>2.1.4</version> </dependency>
Tinkerpop3 is here! Get it from Maven Central.
<dependency> <groupId>com.blazegraph</groupId> <artifactId>blazegraph-gremlin</artifactId> <version>1.0.0</version> </dependency>
Everybody loves (and hates) Maven. Starting with the 2.0.0 release, Blazegraph has been broken into a collection of maven artifacts. This has enabled us to work on new features like TinkerPop3, which require Java 8 support while keeping the core platform at Java 7 to support users who are still there. Checkout the Maven Notes on the wiki for full details on the architecture, getting started with development, building snapshots, etc. If you have a 1.5.3 version checked out in Eclipse, you will want to pay attention to Getting Started with Eclipse and allocate a little extra time for the transition.
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