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    [forge-users] [announcement] Forge 2.5.0.Final (Coal) is released!

    George Gastaldi Master


        JBoss Forge 2.5.0.Final is now available!


      The Forge Team is proud to announce that JBoss Forge 2.5.0.Final is now

      available! This is the best release so far.



        What's new and noteworthy?



      • Performance: We have introduced more performance enhancements in

          the Furnace runtime, so the shell and other features should feel

          quite a bit snappier. Try it out and tell us your thoughts!


      • Templates addon refactoring: We refactored the templates addon

          with a cleaner and leaner API, check it out!


      • Component Upgrades: We've upgraded to Weld 2.0.5.Final, Aesh 0.53

          and Roaster 2.3.0.Final. More stability and new features available



      And that's not all! Check out the issues below for more info.


      Please let us know if you encounter any issues, or have any feedback on

      usability, at http://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE.





      A huge thank you to the following contributors of this release. You are




            o FORGE-1603: AbstractJavaSourceCommand should have an overwrite flag

            o FORGE-1755: NewFurnaceTestCommand should add test dependencies

              to POM file as 'test' scope, and avoid putting addon versions in

              the test case itself



            o Add a SetVersionCommand for the Java Compiled Projects

            o FORGE-1746 Make sure that scaffolded ManyToOne relationships

              without one part do not throw NullPointerException upon rendering



            o FORGE-1450 -- Forge will correctly create enum attribute on entity.



            o Fix ProjectFactoryImpl.findProject() bug



          Download Forge



      • Try out Forge 2 in Eclipse via our Update Site



      • Use Forge 2 in your CLI / Terminal by downloading and installing the

          Final release


          You can learn how to run the downloaded installation


          via our docs.



          Release Notes -- 23 issues were resolved since the last release.

          Check out all the new stuff!






          addon-git-install fails to install projects from git if the project

          is not available in any configured maven repository


          handle Freemaker templates from a main


          NullPointerException when running scaffolded app in Wildfly


          CLAC Whitelist throws NPE if accessed after removing an addon


          Configuration subsets are not writable


          version is not being set in the addon registry file when an addon is




          Component Upgrade



          Furnace-CDI to Weld 2.0.5.Final


          to Roaster 2.3.0.Final


          to Aesh 0.53






          source/target versions should be configurable in JavaCompilerFacet


          harness should set the Configuration directory to use the test temp

          dir by default


          dependencies from facets are not in the provided scope


          NewFurnaceTestCommand should add test dependencies to POM file as

          'test' scope, and avoid putting addon versions in the test case itself


          new command improvements



          Feature Request



          AbstractJavaSourceCommand should have an overwrite flag


          InputTypes.TEXTAREA rendering in Eclipse


          Furnace.startAsync() should return a Future that can be used to

          block until the container has started.


          Commands do not follow naming guidelines for GUI


          @WithAttributes to configure the command line parameter name for a



          Generated REST resources reference a 'Customer' class


          setup of WebSockets dependencies


          "Addon: New Annotated UI Command" command






          create an enum attribute on an Entity




      George Gastaldi | Senior Software Engineer

      JBoss Forge Team

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