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Spring 2.0, AppFuse and Equinox

Spring 2.0 was released today. I hope to do an AppFuse 1.9.4 and Equinox 1.7 release in the near future - both containing the latest and greatest stuff from Spring 2.0. Hopefully the 2.0 release shows up in the Maven repo (here or here) in the near future.

Thanks to Interface21 and all the Spring Developers for such a stellar product.

Update: More Spring-related releases - Spring Web Flow 1.0 RC4 and Acegi Security 1.0.2.

Posted in Java at Oct 03 2006, 10:14:00 AM MDT 8 Comments

I guess it's up and can be found here.

Posted by Thomas Sandor on October 04, 2006 at 01:38 AM MDT #

And on central too

Posted by Tim Morrow on October 04, 2006 at 11:53 AM MDT #

Thanks a lot, Matt!

Posted by Lutz Zimmermann on October 04, 2006 at 01:11 PM MDT #

Don't forget Tapestry 4.1 w/ AJAX support when you do Appfuse 1.9.4 :-)

Posted by Ken Yee on October 09, 2006 at 03:33 PM MDT #

Ken - I'd love to, but there seems to be a few issues with doing that:

1. It's still listed as "unstable" on Tapestry's site.

2. It still doesn't support a configurable i18n bundle.

3. According to Howard, there's a lot of other stuff we need to fix.

Patches are most welcome. ;-)

Posted by Matt Raible on October 09, 2006 at 03:41 PM MDT #

It'll probably be listed as unstable for a few more months, but imho it's ~more~ stable than the current 4.x releases.. The unstable flag is more of a marker to indicate that it's under active development. If the JIRA issue referenced does get fixed it'll be in one of the 4.1.1-SNAPSHOT builds or the final 4.1.1 release.

Posted by Jesse Kuhnert on October 11, 2006 at 08:50 AM MDT #

Thanks Jesse. As far as using the "unstable" flag, I'd like to humbly suggestion it be changed to something like "active". The word unstable has negative connotations.

Posted by Matt Raible on October 11, 2006 at 02:41 PM MDT #

Hmmm.... Maybe you have a point ;)

Posted by Jesse Kuhnert on October 11, 2006 at 09:24 PM MDT #

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