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Welcome to the XBean project

The goal of XBean project is to created a plugin based server analogous to Eclipse being a plugin based IDE. XBean will be able to discover, download and install server plugins from an Internet based repository. In addition, we include support for multiple IoC systems, support for running with no IoC system, JMX without JMX code, lifecycle and class loader management, and a rock solid Spring integration.

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XBean 3.9

The XBean team is proud to announce the new 3.9 release of XBean.

This release includes a number of bug fixes, see the change log for more informations.

XBean 3.9 is available from public repositories:

XBean 2.8

The XBean team is proud to announce the new 2.8 release of XBean.

This release includes a number of bug fixes, see the change log for more informations.

XBean 2.8 is available from public repositories:

XBean 2.7

The XBean team is proud to annouce the new 2.7 release of XBean.

This release includes a number of bug fixes and features a new JNDI implementation xbean-naming.
See the change log for more informations.

XBean 2.7 is available from public repositories:

XBean 2.6 released

The XBean team is proud to annouce the new 2.6 release of XBean.

This release includes a number of bug fixes and improvements.
See the change log for more informations.

XBean 2.6 is available from public repositories:

XBean 2.4 is out

The XBean team is proud to annouce the release of XBean 2.4.

The main new feature is Spring 2.0 support (starting from m5), a long awaited feature.

XBean 2.4 is available from public repositories:

Note that a bug has slipped in this release, see http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/XBEAN-21.


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