Jun 23rd, 2006, 10:02 PM
Spring Framework 2.0 M5 Released
(2006/6/1) - We're pleased to announce that Spring Framework 2.0 M5 has been released. Here's Juergen's original announcement:
Dear Spring community,
We are pleased to announce that Spring 2.0 M5 has been released. Download | Documentation | Changelog
This intermediate release paves the way for the upcoming release candidate, giving early access to major new features before the 2.0 API freeze. We value your feedback at this important time before the first 2.0 release candidate.
Spring 2.0 M5 includes:
This release constitutes a feature freeze for the 2.0 target, with the remaining work focussing on documentation, samples, and integration tests.
- Reworked and improved bean scoping support at the bean factory level
- Support for class instrumentation
- Updated JPA support
- Many further refinements and fixes for issues discovered since M4. See the Changelog for details.
Spring 2.0 RC1 is now just around the corner.