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Spring 3.0.5 is Now Available

2 November 2010

It happened last week, but it’s still worth mentioning:

Lost somewhere in all the news and excitement about last week’s SpringOne 2GX conference was the news that Spring 3.0.5 is now available. This release addresses over 80 minor issues and includes some small improvements to the Spring Expression Language (SpEL), annotation support, and embedded databases. Be sure to read the Change Log for all the details.

The previous day, there were also new releases of Spring Security:

We’re pleased to an announce the release of Spring Security 3.0.4.

This release provides a fix for the vulnerability CVE-2010-3700. A 2.0.6 release has also been provided for users who have not yet to upgraded to Spring Security 3.

Please see the changelog for a full list of issues which have been addressed.

Both releases are available from the Spring Community Downloads area and also from the Maven Central repository.


http://blog.restafarian.org/2010/11/spring-3-0-5-is-now-available/

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