The first new version of Mega Upload since last October has just been released. It is version 0.40 of the java edition. As you can tell by the version number the Java edition has seen more neglect than the others. This new release fixes an annoying but trivial bug. More importantly it has some code improvements that will make MegaUpload easier to integrate into your code.
These changes revolve around the version of Mega Upload that is built on the commons handler. Progress monitors for JSPUpload and Struts remain unchanged.
In an HTML form based file upload, it is possible to combine text and other fields with file data. The CommonServlet which handles the upload insisted on treating all these fields equally when they should be treated differently. The addition of a simple check now ensures that the servlet behaves as it should.
From version 0.30 onwards The JSP that produced the progress bar was replaced by a user contributed version. While this JSP provided additional functionality, it’s mixing of code and html made it unreadable. This JSP has now been reformatted to separate the code and the HTML as much as possible. The styles have been extracted and placed in a separate file.