Please see the conditions of use applying to the JASigning software, at the bottom of this page.
For changes from the previous version, please see the change log.
Users of JASigning on Windows should see the note on runtime support at the bottom of this page.
SiGML URL Player
Plays a SiGML file from a given file: or http: URL.
SiGML Service Player
Plays a SiGML sequence delivered on a network socket, for example by the SiGML Client application (next item).
SiGML Service Client
Allows SiGML files to be input, edited, and sent to the Service Player application (previous item).
There is some rudimentary JASigning developer's documentation.
The JASigning software accessible via this page is Copyright UEA (2005-2012) and may be downloaded and used for evaluation purposes only.
For enquires about public and commercial use of the software and the virtual characters Anna and Marc, please e-mail us.
Development of the JASigning software was supported by the EU Framework 7 project Dicta-Sign FP7-ICT-3-231135.
As of 2011-05-18, JASigning 0.9.5i applications and applets (apart from the SiGML Service Client) on Windows require the appropriate Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 2010 Redistributable Package to be installed on the system.
On many Windows systems the required Redistributable package will already have been installed. But if not, each JASigning application and applet will display a message at launch time giving the URLs from which the package can easily be downloaded and installed. (These URLs can be copied from the Java console and pasted into a web browser.)
There is a 32-bit and a 64-bit version of the Redistributable package. One or both of these should be installed, to match the system's JRE (Java Runtime Environment) installation(s).