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GRAILS-4995 - Improve the handling of List and Map ctor args
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spring-asm/src Remove bundlor support
spring-aspects Update dependencies for spring-aspects
spring-beans/src Polish GenericTypeResolver
spring-context-support/src added "repeatCount" bean property to Quartz SimpleTriggerFactoryBean
spring-context Introduce MockEnvironment in the spring-test module
spring-core/src Polish GenericTypeResolver
spring-expression Support case-insensitive null literals in SpEL
spring-instrument-tomcat/src Remove bundlor support
spring-instrument/src Remove bundlor support
spring-jdbc/src Document default scripts for embedded databases
spring-jms/src Update spring.schemas to reflect 3.2 schemas
spring-lang-groovy/src fix test
spring-orm/src Refactor Servlet 3 async support
spring-oxm refined fix so that XStreamMarshaller does not wrap IllegalArgumentEx…
spring-struts/src Fix javadoc warnings
spring-test Introduce new methods in tx base test classes
spring-tx/src Fix typo in TransactionManagementConfigurer Javadoc
spring-web/src Refactor Servlet 3 async support
spring-webmvc-portlet/src Support named dispatchers in MockServletContext
spring-webmvc/src Refactor Servlet 3 async support
src Polish GenericTypeResolver
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