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config spring in eclipse

 
Harshana Dias
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Hi,

I wanna config spring for eclipse galileo. Instead of the SpringIDE plugin i decide to use the spring jars. But I cant find a place to download latest spring jars to add my eclipse build path.

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The latest build can be downloaded at Spring's homepage. Or are you looking for something else ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:The latest build can be downloaded at Spring's homepage. Or are you looking for something else ?


i just want the jar not the framework,which is around 3 mb..i guess you meant by build is the framework right? which is 133 mb?

jars are not there in the spring web site know?
 
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which is 133 mb?

The full package with dependencies is that big, yes. But you can also download the package without dependencies. It's around 22MB. If it's still too big for you, you could go to the Maven Repository and get the jars you need.
 
Harshana Dias
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you could go to the Maven Repository and get the jars you need.


Thank You for tell me that site..i didnt know it. (even i googled for jars mvn site did not listed )

Any way i found spring-full jar file there but which is spring 1.1
I need the latest version..spring 3.0.1.
Do you have any idea where can i get it?
 
Rajkumar balakrishnan
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@OP

See here. You have download each and every jar manually. Rather you would download it from spring's site, and its just 22MB and you got all the jars you need.

If i were you, i'd rather download it from spring's site instead of picking up the needles from river stream.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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