Separated the junit and mauve serialization test into separate classes, so that compiling the mauve version shouldn't require junit now. I see a few 1.5 tests now show up in Mauve. That's pretty cool. I need to get the batch runner to run my external test though.
Now I'm looking into fixing cp-tools's javah and javap. Looks like the stuff Jeroen wrote for japitools will work nicely with a little work. Quite a few tools needed still for jar signing, rmi, etc.
Recently got to play with some VoIP software for work, one version is written in C++ and another duplicate version is written in Java. The Java version doesn't appear to support H.323 video at the moment. Anyway, SIP and VoIP are both cool. I can use the software to make phone calls as if I'm at my desk at work which is quite handy when working at home. They don't have the full version available so that I could also receive calls made to my PSTN phone on the computer but that's ok, at least purely SIP calls work.