Hot on the heels of the renaming of the JSR-299: Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE, Weld, I'm pleased to announce the 1.0.0.CR1 release. This is a major milestone; for the project and for Java EE 6, as it represents a feature complete implementation of the JSR-299 Proposed Final Draft 2 specification; the specification, implementation and TCK will be submitted to the JCP for the Final Draft ballot.
JSR-299: Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE
After many months of polishing, we are happy to release Hibernate Validator 4.
This is a major milestone for Hibernate Validator with tons of new features and a spec compliance.
I am starting to move all Drools5 integration code to the Seam 3 drools module and will update the previous posts with correct links as soon as they are available. There will be no further development against the Seam 2.2.Drools5 branch.
As a follow up to http://in.relation.to/Bloggers/SimultaneouslySupportingJDBC3AndJDBC4WithMaven, I wanted to point out that I uploaded some example projects to the design discussion. There are 2 different approaches as Maven projects and one Gradle project.
It seams that some users of Selenium, a framework Seam uses for testing, have reported anti-virus software detecting a possible trojan in the Selenium JARs. This specific issue is with the hudsuckr.exe windows executable, and has been confirmed to be a false positive.
We just published the second episode of JBoss Community Asylum.
Daniel Azarov have been busy the last few months improving our Find references and Refactoring support for JSF and Seam Expression Language (EL) references.