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From "Eddie Epstein" <>
Subject Fwd: [VOTE] Release Apache UIMACPP-2.2.2-incubating
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2008 22:49:29 GMT

The UIMA-CPP 2.2.2-incubating release, which is the first release of
the part of UIMA that supports C++ components, is waiting for a couple
of more IPMC votes to approve its release.  The original email to this
list (attached below and also here: asking for review and
voting is dated Sept 16, so it's been awhile.  Could a couple of other
IPMC members please vote on this release?


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Eddie Epstein <>
Date: Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 8:05 AM
Subject: Re: [VOTE] Release Apache UIMACPP-2.2.2-incubating

The voting template was inadvertently omitted from this vote request.
Adding it here:

[ ] +1 Yes, release Apache UIMACPP-2.2.2-incubating
[ ] -1 No, do not release, there are issues to be resolved

Thanks for your attention to this request,

On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 6:42 PM, Eddie Epstein <> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Please review and vote on approving the first release of Apache UIMACPP, the C++ version
of the UIMA framework. The release artifacts and the annotated RAT reports can be found here:
> UIMACPP makes it easy to create UIMA-compliant component from C++ analytics. This is
extremely important for multimodal analytics such as speech-to-text, machine translation,
image analysis, and many others.
> As a C++ library, UIMACPP also enables creating UIMA compliant components in other programming
languages which easily link to C++. Included in this release is support for Perl, Python and
Tcl via a common SWIG wrapper.
> UIMACPP utilizes several other Apache projects: APR, Xerces-c and ActiveMQ-CPP. Another,
and final dependency, is ICU4C from
> An official release of UIMACPP was delayed until a mechanism was in place to run C++
analytics as native processes; UIMA-AS has finally provided that mechanism. Previously, UIMACPP
analytics had to be run under a JVM process through the JNI, which put many restrictions on
> The UIMA project dev-list vote to release UIMACPP was 6 +1's, and no other votes; see
the vote here:
> Many thanks for your support,
> Eddie Epstein

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