Mar 28th, 2012, 10:36 AM
Spring Web Flow 2.3.1 released
Deal Web Flow community,
An overdue 2.3.1 maintenance release is now available through Maven, Ivy, and for download.
As mentioned in the official announcement Spring Web Flow is now hosted on Github along with a separate issue repository that has already been very helpful in streamlining the process of demonstrating and resolving issues. Please, consider using it when you think you've found a bug. It's a good way to ensure the issue is addressed sooner.
Coming up next is an upgrade to a Gradle-based build system following the lead of the Spring Framework as well as a separate Github repository for the distribution samples. All of the above will make it easier for everyone to work with the Spring Web Flow distribution and sources.
For the next 2.4 release, under consideration are a comprehensive update of the source code to Java 1.6, deeper integration with Spring 3.1.1 features, providing additional flow execution repository implementations, addressing popular, long standing requests like SWF-727 and SWF-238), and many more smaller items, tasks, and issues in JIRA.
If you have issues that you care about, be sure they exist in JIRA, that you've voted, and that the comments reflect your perspective.