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Fixed some errors in documentation

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  1. +5 −10 README.textile
  2. +5 −10 documentation/manual/home.textile
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15 README.textile
@@ -13,17 +13,17 @@ h2. Installing module
* Using conf/dependencies.yaml and adding a dependency:
-bc. play -> camel 1.0
+bc. play -> camel [version]
* Using conf/application.conf and adding a module:
-bc. module.camel=${play.path}/modules/camel-1.0
+bc. module.camel=${play.path}/modules/camel-[version]
h2. Getting dependencies
-p. You need to *{color:red}make sure you are able to retreive all dependencies* for this module, or it won't work. Dependencies are fetched from mavenCentral and "Maven Dev Space":http://maven.dspace.org/snapshot/
+p. You need to *{color:red}make sure you are able to retreive all dependencies* for this module, or it won't work.
-bc. play dependencies --sync
+bc. play deps --sync
h2. Configuring
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ table{border:1px solid black}.
h2. Using @Inject
-p. You can inject @CamelContext@ into any class by using "JSR-300":http://code.google.com/p/atinject/:
+p. You can inject @CamelContext@ into any class by using "JSR-330":http://code.google.com/p/atinject/:
bc.
@Inject
@@ -58,7 +58,6 @@ p. In the previous class in which you injected @CamelContext@, you can then use
* Java
* Scala
-* Spring XML[1]
h3. RouteBuilder : Where it all begin...
@@ -84,13 +83,9 @@ bc.
// Add them to camel-context
ctx.addRoutes(routes);
-
h2. Conclusion
p. *You now have a fully fonctionning EIP + an embedded JMS Broker right on your Play! application*.
??Have fun ;-)??, Marc
-
-
-fn1. Notes : This module support only Java DSL for now.
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15 documentation/manual/home.textile
@@ -13,17 +13,17 @@ h2. Installing module
* Using conf/dependencies.yaml and adding a dependency:
-bc. play -> camel 1.0
+bc. play -> camel [version]
* Using conf/application.conf and adding a module:
-bc. module.camel=${play.path}/modules/camel-1.0
+bc. module.camel=${play.path}/modules/camel-[version]
h2. Getting dependencies
-p. You need to *{color:red}make sure you are able to retreive all dependencies* for this module, or it won't work. Dependencies are fetched from mavenCentral and "Maven Dev Space":http://maven.dspace.org/snapshot/
+p. You need to *{color:red}make sure you are able to retreive all dependencies* for this module, or it won't work.
-bc. play dependencies --sync
+bc. play deps --sync
h2. Configuring
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ table{border:1px solid black}.
h2. Using @Inject
-p. You can inject @CamelContext@ into any class by using "JSR-300":http://code.google.com/p/atinject/:
+p. You can inject @CamelContext@ into any class by using "JSR-330":http://code.google.com/p/atinject/:
bc.
@Inject
@@ -58,7 +58,6 @@ p. In the previous class in which you injected @CamelContext@, you can then use
* Java
* Scala
-* Spring XML[1]
h3. RouteBuilder : Where it all begin...
@@ -84,13 +83,9 @@ bc.
// Add them to camel-context
ctx.addRoutes(routes);
-
h2. Conclusion
p. *You now have a fully fonctionning EIP + an embedded JMS Broker right on your Play! application*.
??Have fun ;-)??, Marc
-
-
-fn1. Notes : This module support only Java DSL for now.
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