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<p>
If you're using Maven, you can add a dependency on Moo. Stable releases are available in the Maven
- <a href="http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/">central repository</a>, and snapshot versions can be
+ <a href="http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/codiform/moo">central repository</a>, and snapshot versions can be
<a href="http://oss.sonatype.org/index.html#nexus-search;gav~com.codiform~moo~~~">found</a> in the
<a href="http://oss.sonatype.org/">sonatype opensource repository</a>.
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<h2>Release History</h2>
- <p><b>Moo v1.2</b> (<i>2010-Jan-11</i>): Support for external objects in translation; this lets you bring in outside data or logic
- in the translation, which I needed to support a lookup against a data access object (DAO) in order to translate from a smaller
- client-side cached object to the real server-side domain object.</p>
- <p><b>Moo v1.1</b> (<i>2009-Nov-25</i>): Support for access modes. Some of our DTOs flatten server-side hierarchies, and we
- wanted to be able to invoke setters rather than directly access the fields at times.</p>
- <p><b>Moo v1.0</b> (<i>2009-Nov-03</i>): Initial release. After selecting Hibernate and GWT for a client project, we discovered
- they don't play very well together. I'd used an approach like Moo at several companies in the past, and it seemed worth doing
- again, but this time as an open source project, so I wouldn't have to do it ever again.</p>
-
+ <p>There's a <a href="https://github.com/geoffreywiseman/Moo/wiki/Release-History">detailed release history</a> in the wiki, but in brief:</p>
+ <ul>
+ <li><b>Moo v1.3</b> (<i>2012-Feb-29</i>): Addresses a number of weak points around nested updates, updates of collections and collection matching,
+ ignoring/optional properties, etc.</li>
+ <li><b>Moo v1.2</b> (<i>2010-Jan-11</i>): Support for external objects in translation; this lets you bring in outside data or logic
+ in the translation, which I needed to support a lookup against a data access object (DAO) in order to translate from a smaller
+ client-side cached object to the real server-side domain object.</li>
+ <li><b>Moo v1.1</b> (<i>2009-Nov-25</i>): Support for access modes. Some of our DTOs flatten server-side hierarchies, and we
+ wanted to be able to invoke setters rather than directly access the fields at times.</li>
+ <li><b>Moo v1.0</b> (<i>2009-Nov-03</i>): Initial release. After selecting Hibernate and GWT for a client project, we discovered
+ they don't play very well together. I'd used an approach like Moo at several companies in the past, and it seemed worth doing
+ again, but this time as an open source project, so I wouldn't have to do it ever again.</li>
+ </ul>
<h2>Moo is a Code Smell</h2>
<p>Although I've used Moo before and I'll undoubtedly use it again, I think it's
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Eventually, it may be possible to configure Moo without using annotations.</p>
<h2>More Information</h2>
- <p>The original concepts behind Moo were developed by Fuseboy first at Exchange Solutions, and then for The Syntegrity Group.
+ <p>The original concepts behind Moo were developed by <a href="http://twitter.com/fuseboy">Fuseboy</a> first at Exchange Solutions, and then for The Syntegrity Group.
Although this code is entirely new, Moo owes some conceptual debt to those implementations. Moo has been developed for
open-source by <a href="http://geoffreywiseman.github.com">Geoffrey Wiseman</a>.</p>
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