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Monday, January 08, 2007

1.0.0 releases for tapestry-prop, -flash, -spring

I've gotten no negative feedback on the main three libraries at Tapestry @ JavaForge so it's time for a 1.0.0 release for all three:

  • tapestry-spring - Tapestry/Spring integration
  • tapestry-prop - Highly efficient property access, used instead of OGNL in many palces
  • tapestry-flash - Temporary storage of data until the next request (often used for redirect-after-post messages)

The files are all available from my Maven 2 repository: http://howardlewisship.com/repository/. If you aren't a Maven user, the binary and source distribution are available at http://howardlewisship.com/downloads/tapestry-javaforge/.

Note that all of these are compiled against Tapestry 4.0.2, the latest stable release of Tapestry. Once Tapestry 4.1 has a stable release, I'll bump the version numbers and update the dependency.


Massimo said...

It seems to me you deploy tapestry-prop site even under tapestry-spring.

Howard said...

Now corrected. It sucks to deploy files to a site you don't even have login access to!

Luis Ramirez said...

I have been using for a while Tapestry-spring, downloaded with Maven and it has worked smooth, even with tapestry-framework-1.1.1-SNAPSHOT, works just well

Anonymous said...

Using Tapestry now,it is so helpful for me and my team !

Jan Vissers said...

Regarding "-spring" ... I've read somewhere this is not operational for portlets. Is this still the case and if so, when will this be resolved?

Howard said...

Haven't looked into Spring/Portlet support; have to figure out how Spring initializes inside a Portlet so that Tapestry can plug into it.

Matt said...

Any chance of getting these uploaded to Maven's central repo?