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Facelets 1.1.12 Released

From Jacob's blog:

Facelets 1.1.12 was just uploaded to and includes many small bug fixes for JSF 1.1 (MyFaces 1.1.4) and JSF 1.2 (RI 1.2_03b5).

Download Here

This release is considered 'draft' until users call it stable for production use. More information is found over at Facelets' web site.

In most cases, when an open source project says "more information can be found on our website", you expect to go to the website and see more information. Not so with Facelets. All I could find was this announcement. How about a detailed list of bug fixes?

Update: I found the magic link on the mailing list which I subscribe to with Nabble's RSS Feed.

Posted in Java at Dec 02 2006, 11:48:47 AM MST 1 Comment

There's a link on the following announcement showing what's been fixed since 1.1.11

Posted by Chris Lowe on January 12, 2007 at 04:19 PM MST #

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