FeatureSpecification functionality described in this blog post was removed in Spring Framework 3.1 M2 in favor of
@Enable* annotations. See the 3.1 M2 announcement for more information.
Earlier in this series I touched on how the new
@Profile annotation can be used in conjunction with
@Configuration classes to take advantage of Spring’s bean definition profiles. Today, we’ll look at an entirely new addition to the code-based configuration landscape in Spring 3.1:
FeatureSpecification classes and their related support.