An open-source, federated content repository

ModeShape 3.2.0.Final is available

I’m happy to announce that ModeShape 3.2.0.Final is now available. This release took us a longer than we’d hoped, but we’ve fixed an incredible 120 issues, including using JBoss EAP 6.1 (instead of JBoss AS 7.1.1) and upgrading the Infinispan, JGroups, Hibernate Search, Lucene, Tika, and other third party libraries. See our  release notes for more specifics. We recommend everyone using 3.1.3 or earlier upgrade as soon as feasible.

Just to reiterate: this version of ModeShape can be installed on top of JBoss EAP 6.1. See this discussion post for background on what this means for community users.

As usual, the artifacts are in the JBoss Maven repository and on our downloads page. Our getting started guide has instructions, ModeShape 3 documentation and JavaDoc are available, and our code is on GitHub. Join us on our forums or IRC channel to ask questions, and please log any issues in our JIRA.

We had a lot more help this release from our community members that reported and fixed issues. Thanks to the whole community for a job well-done!

Filed under: features, jcr, releases, rest

2 Responses

  1. Oliver Zhou says:

    Congratulations for the release!

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ModeShape is

a lightweight, fast, pluggable, open-source JCR repository that federates and unifies content from multiple systems, including files systems, databases, data grids, other repositories, etc.

Use the JCR API to access the information you already have, or use it like a conventional JCR system (just with more ways to persist your content).

ModeShape used to be 'JBoss DNA'. It's the same project, same community, same license, and same software.



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