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Sample demonstrating use of Spring 3.1's 'bean definition profiles' feature with <beans> XML http://blog.springsource.com/2011/02/…
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For those familiar with Git: git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:cbeams/spring-3.1-profiles-xml.git Or if you prefer using Subversion: svn co http://svn.github.com/cbeams/spring-3.1-profiles-xml.git spring-3.1-profiles-xml.git Once checked out, you can build from the command line using either Gradle or Maven. If you're new to Gradle, don't worry -- there's nothing for you to install. Simply use the 'gradlew' (or 'gradlew.bat' on windows) script within the root directory of the project: >$ ./gradlew build And the following will give you a list of all available tasks: >$ ./gradlew tasks If necessary, this 'Gradle wrapper' script will download a distribution of Gradle for you. Generate project metadata appropriate to your IDE with >$ ./gradlew eclipse - or - >$ ./gradlew idea If you prefer Maven, you can simply type: >$ mvn test If you're using an IDE that supports Maven-based projects, you can import the project directly from its POM. Otherwise, generate IDE metadata with >$ mvn eclipse:eclipse - or - >$ mvn idea:idea