Sounds good. Thanks for sharing this information with us. Keep it up.
I try now for a longer time to get a project with spring rcp done.
And im a bit annoyed that it was just let do die, more or less.
I am happy that something accepted the inheritance of spring-rcp and is actively developed.
I would be even more happy if it was somehow obvious that this is the de-facto successor.
And i would be happy if there are any affords to bring the spring rcp into a finite, not final state, but a version that can be used without falling into undocumented classes, or situations where you need a good week to find one or no a solution at all.
I would be happy to take a part in such a spring-rcp maintenance team.
Thanks for your efforts so far.
Since it seems that there is no activity on the Valkyrie project, I decided to fork it and to release a 1.0 version.
For further details, please refer to this : https://github.com/ndeverge/Valkyrie-RCP#readme
Thanks a lot to lievendoclo for his amazing work !
Wow, that's great! Keep my eyes on this thread
I have taken over mantaince of Valkyrie-RCP after ndeverge here https://github.com/cmadsen/Valkyrie-RCP/
Ported to Spring 3.2.2 and is now in Maven central: