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Restlet 1.1 M4 released May 20, 2008

Posted by Jerome Louvel in Restlet Releases.
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Here is the last milestone before the first release candidate version of Restlet 1.1. If you haven’t had the time to review a recent 1.1 release, this is your last chance to influence the content of version 1.1 before the feature freeze!

Main changes:

  • Greatly improved OSGi support in Restlet JARs
  • Atom extension now supports feed writing
  • Added POP3/POP3S protocol support to a refactored JavaMail connector (sponsored by RunMyProcess)
  • Added support for matrix URIs as defined by Tim Berners-Lee
  • Added support for file extensions in URIs
  • Refactored and enhanced the TunnelService (optional processing of query parameters, user agent preferences are now customizable)
  • Added a static “current” property to Application, Request, Response and VirtualHost (using thread local variables)

Updated dependencies:

  • Grizzly 1.7.3
  • db4o 7.2 (recent stable build)

Direct contributors:

  • Alex Milowski
  • Avi Flax
  • Bruno Dumon
  • Hendy Irawan
  • Bruno Harbulot
  • Edward Yakop
  • Jules Milner-Brage
  • Kevin Conaway
  • Konstantin Läufer
  • Matthieu Hug
  • Rob Heittman
  • Stephan Koops

Changes log:
http://www.restlet.org/documentation/1.1/changes

Download links:
http://www.restlet.org/downloads/1.1/restlet-1.1m4.zip
http://www.restlet.org/downloads/1.1/restlet-1.1m4.exe

Maven repositories:
http://maven.restlet.org is updated on the 1st and 15th of each month
http://maven.noelios.com is updated daily with new artifacts (access reserved to subscribers)

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