I’ve set up the Hudson continuous integration engine on CIP4’s server to perform nightly builds of the 2.0 branches of the Elk API and the Elk Press. The Elk API build outputs a JAR file and the Elk Press outputs the simulated press in the form of a deployable WAR file. You can monitor the builds here: http://cip4srv2.igd.fhg.de/hudson/. The build outputs can be found under each job/project’s Workspace-link.
I am currently working on implementing the Resource Query and Resource Command JMF messages so that the Elk Press can get plate status updates from prepress (see Prepress to Conventional Printing ICS). The bold can download the nightly build to try it out (Parts aren’t supported yet).