Spring IDE 2.0 RC1 released

Releases | Christian Dupuis | June 12, 2007 | ...

We are proud to announce that the first release candidate of Spring IDE 2.0 has been released. Read the announcement on the Spring IDE blog.

Spring IDE 2.0 contains lots of new features and a bunch of bug fixes. Most noteably we have added comprehensive support for Spring 2.0 namespace-based configurations, Spring AOP including @AspectJ-style aspects, Spring Web Flow and Spring JavaConfig.

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The release candidate is available immediately from our developer update site at http://springide.org/updatesite_dev. Please take some time for testing and provide feedback on any errors, bugs or problems you might find. Many thanks to all that already provided feedback and bug reports. The feedback is really valuable for us.

The next (and hopefully last) release candidate is scheduled for next week and the final version of Spring IDE 2.0 should be available around SpringOne 2007.

Watch out for more; there is still lots to come…

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