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The Struts team is proud to announce the release of Struts 1.1 Release
Candidate 2. This release includes some new functionality, but mostly just
fixes for a number of bugs which were reported against earlier versions.
The Struts Team believes that this release is ready for prime time, hence
its designation as a release candidate.
The binary distribution is available at:
and the source distribution is available at:
In addition, the library distribution, which contains updated binaries without the sample applications, is available at:
Details of the changes in this release are available in the Release Notes, which can be found here:
I'll be updating both Hibernate (to 2.0 Final) and Struts (to 1.1 RC2) today, so I'll let you know if I find any issues.
Update: I found two issues. One is that Hibernate identifies itself as "Hibernate 2.0 beta 6" in its logging (should not have beta 6). The second issue is that the commons-logging.jar file that ships with Struts 1.1 RC2 is missing some .class files. I replaced the commons-logging.jar file with one from a nightly build of Struts I was using and everything seems to be fine. Without the update, I get no logging. I also found that Hibernate no long includes jdom.jar in its distro (it used to be there), the lack of it doesn't seem to impact anything (all my tests run).
Here's a quick summary of winners of JavaWorld's 2002 Editors' Choice Awards. Winners are emphasized with bold. However, we all know that being a finalist is pretty huge too.
Congrats to all.
As reported by Matt and Russ (via e-mail), my RSS Feed had some issues. Moments after receiving Russ's e-mail, I shot an e-mail to the roller-dev team. Dave fixed the problem, I updated my site - and my feed is fixed. Thanks to all that discovered and repaired - you guys rock!
Here are some persons that will be blogging from JavaOne 2003
Update: I added a link in the top-left for JavaOne Blogs. I will continue to add to this list as I find them.
Update 2: You can also checkout the webcasts.