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Spring Web Flow 1.0 RC2 Released


 

Dear Spring Community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring Web Flow (SWF) 1.0 RC2 (Release Candidate 2) has been released.  Download | Documentation | Changelog

This release contains bug fixes and minor improvements.   The new and noteworthy of 1.0 RC2 include…

NEW AND NOTEWORTHY

Support for passing newly launched flow executions input from their calling environment in a configurable manner.  By default all request parameters are exposed as input.  The flow may then choose to map this input into its own local scope using its input mapper.  This mapper defines the input contract for the flow which is consistent regardless of whether the flow is started as a top-level flow  or as a subflow.

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Spring IDE 1.3.1 Released

Dear Spring Community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring IDE 1.3.1 has been released.

This release of Spring IDE provides a bunch of bugfixes. For a complete list visit http://springide.org/project/milestone/Release%201.3.1

Changes:

  • Now Web Tools is only required if you want to use the BeansXmlEditor
  • Fixed resource leak in image caching
  • Updated to Spring 1.2.8

More details are available from the project’s site http://springide.org/

Use Eclipse’s update manager to install this release from the project’s update site http://springide.org/updatesite/

For bug reports tickets can be opened via http://springide.org/project/newticket

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Acegi Security 1.0.0 is released

After more than two and a half years of development, I am delighted to announce that Acegi Security 1.0.0 is now officially released.

Download | Documentation | Changelog 

In addition to more than 80 improvements and fixes since 1.0.0 RC2, this new release includes several changes to help new users. This entails a significant restructure and expansion of the reference guide (now at more than 90 pages) and a new "bare bones" tutorial sample application.

Furthermore, many of the frequently-identified problems experienced by new users have been addressed, such as:

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Spring Framework 1.2.8 Released

Dear Spring community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring 1.2.8 has been released. Download | Docs | Changelog

This is a maintenance release, fixing a number of issues found in previous 1.2.x releases. Most of these fixes have been backported from 2.0 M4, so have already been available there. Please see the changelog for details.

Juergen
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Juergen Hoeller
Lead, Spring Framework Development
Chief Architect, Interface21
http://www.springframework.org
http://www.interface21.com

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Spring Web Flow 1.0 RC1 Released

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Dear Spring Community,

We are very pleased to announce that Spring Web Flow (SWF) 1.0 RC1 (Release Candidate 1) has been released.  Download it.

After over a year of hard development work, 29,000 downloads, 3,700 posts by 500 forum users, one book, and numerous community-driven articles, this release delivers the first 1.0 release candidate of Spring Web Flow.  Considered fit for production use, this release solidifies the 1.0 API which will remain backward compatible throughout the entire 1.x series.

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Spring IDE 1.3 Released

Dear Spring Community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring IDE 1.3 has been released.

This release of Spring IDE provides some new features
and a bunch of bugfixes. For a complete list visit http://springide.org/project/milestone/Release%201.3


Changes:


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Spring Framework 2.0 M4 Released

Dear Spring community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring 2.0 M4 has been released.  Download | Docs | Changelog

Spring 2.0 M4 is the fourth milestone of the next generation of Spring.

The new and noteworthy include:

  • updated JPA support
  • named parameter support for JDBC acces
  • refined XML schema namespaces
  • auto-proxying for FactoryBean-created objects
  • and many other refinements noted in the changelog.

This release also contains numerous fixes for issues discovered since M3.  Users of previous milestones are encouraged to update.  See the changelog for details on all M4 changes.

With this release we are approaching a feature freeze for the 2.0 production target, with only a few further features and refinements planned for inclusion in 2.0. The next release will be Spring 2.0 Release Candidate 1 (RC1), scheduled for May.

We will also release a 1.2.8 maintenance release within a few days, backporting all applicable fixes from 2.0 M4. (This is already available from mbranch-1-2 in CVS, awaiting final tests.)

Enjoy and keep the feedback rolling in,

Juergen
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Juergen Hoeller
Lead, Spring Framework Development
Chief Architect, Interface21
http://www.springframework.org
http://www.interface21.com

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Acegi Security System for Spring 1.0.0-RC2 Released

Acegi Security System for Spring, v1.0.0 RC2 has now been release. Ben Alex’s announcement from the mailing list is posted below:

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Dear Spring Community

I’m pleased to announce that Acegi Security release 1.0.0 Release Candidate 2 is now available. This release includes over 50 improvements and fixes since 1.0.0 RC1, including comprehensive new LDAP capabilities. We recommend that users upgrade to 1.0.0 RC2 in order to take advantage of these improvements. Upgrading to 1.0.0 will also assist us in identifying any issues as we move towards our final 1.0.0 release.

Please visit the changelog for detailed information on changes and fixes. As always, detailed upgrade instructions are included in the release ZIP file.

The project’s web site at http://acegisecurity.org provides additional information on Acegi Security’s features, access to online documentation, and links to download the latest release.

We hope you find this new release useful in your projects.

Cheers
Ben

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Spring Framework 2.0 M2 released

Dear Spring community,

I am pleased to announce that Spring 2.0 M2 has been released.

Download it here.

Spring 2.0 M2 is the second milestone of the next generation of Spring. This release includes enhancements and new features, including refined AspectJ support and Java Persistence API (draft) support.  It also contains fixes for issues discovered since 2.0 M1.

Please see the changelog for details.

Spring 1.2.7 will also be released shortly, backporting a number of fixes and minor enhancements from 2.0 M1/M2, and providing the 1.2 series basis for the upcoming Spring Web Flow 1.0 release candidate.  The next Spring release in the 2.0 series will be 2.0 M3. Please review the roadmap for more detailed information.

Cheers,

Juergen
 
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Juergen Hoeller
Interface21 Ltd
http://www.springframework.com

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Spring IDE 1.2.5 Released

Dear Spring Community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring IDE 1.2.5 has been released.
With this release of Spring IDE version 1.0.0 of the BeansXmlEditor is shipped. Additionally a few bugfixes and usability enhancements are provided. For a complete list of bugfixes and enhancements included visit http://springide.org/project/milestone/Release%201.2.5

Changes:

  • XML parser Xerces updated to version 2.7.1
  • bugs in BeansConfigValidator fixed:
    • check for no-arguments-constructor skipped for attribute ‘autowire="constructor"’
    • skipping placeholders in classes and property names
    • init-method and destroy-method are validated now
    • required default constructor are validated now
  • more suitable icons in the BeansView and the outline view of BeansXmlEditor
  • new entry in BeansView context menu for opening the selected node in an text editor
  • changes to BeansXmlEditor:
    • descriptive icons in outline view instead of verbose text
    • new toolbar action in outline view for alphabetically sorting
    • new entry in outline’s context menu for toggeling the outline style between Spring-style and standard XML-style
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