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  • Spring JavaConfig 1.0.0.M4 Released

    Dear Spring Community,

    We are pleased to announce that Spring JavaConfig 1.0.0.M4 is now available.

    Download | Reference Docs | API Docs

    Major Highlights
    • @AnnotationDrivenTx - support for declarative transaction management
    • @AnnotationDrivenConfig - support for @Autowired, @Resource, et al.
    • @ComponentScan - scan for @Component classes directly from JavaConfig
    • @AspectJAutoProxy - first-class support for @Aspect beans
    • @MBeanExport - first class support for exporting JMX MBeans
    • Complete PetClinic sample now available with distribution demonstrating use of JavaConfig
    • Improved support for externalized values with @ExternalValue and @PropertiesValueSource
    • @ImportXml - bootstrap Spring XML bean definitions from JavaConfig
    • Improved error handling
    • ... and dozens of other resolved issues

    Please give this milestone a test drive, and provide your feedback through the Spring JavaConfig Forum or Issue Tracker. For more information, visit the Spring JavaConfig Home.

  • #2
    What happened

    I can't find any final release of java config? Did it silently die?

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    • #3
      Hi David,

      Just the contrary!

      The core elements of JavaConfig have been migrated to Spring Core for the 3.0 release. You can find @Configuration, @Bean, and others in the recently release Spring 3.0 M3. Take a look here to get a sense of it. http://is.gd/JEXz

      We'd love your feedback, please take a look and let us know what you think.

      As for the JavaConfig project itself, it is right now uncertain whether we'll continue a separate project or eventually migrate everything into core. This will be based on user feedback with the 3.0 features.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Chris Beams View Post
        Hi David,

        Just the contrary!

        The core elements of JavaConfig have been migrated to Spring Core for the 3.0 release. You can find @Configuration, @Bean, and others in the recently release Spring 3.0 M3. Take a look here to get a sense of it. http://is.gd/JEXz

        We'd love your feedback, please take a look and let us know what you think.

        As for the JavaConfig project itself, it is right now uncertain whether we'll continue a separate project or eventually migrate everything into core. This will be based on user feedback with the 3.0 features.
        That's great to hear - but I'll need something that works with 2.5.x for the moment - as upgrading to 3.0 will be in the future - and we'll probably wait for the first maintaince release as well.

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