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From spec point of view, JSF 2.1 is a maintenance release 2 from JSF 2.0, so any application written for JSF 2.0 will work with 2.1 jars. In resume, with JSF 2.1 the following features were added:

  • Configure facelets engine to handle files in different ways using <facelets-processing> tag inside <faces-config-extensions> entry on faces-config.xml (For more information see JSF 2.1 spec Appendix A The facelets-processing element).
<faces-config xmlns="" 
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