Vaadin 6.3.2 available

Vaadin 6.3.2 is a maintenance release in the 6.3 series. It includes a number of important bug fixes. See the
list of closed issues
in Vaadin Trac for a detailed change log. For other release information, see the
Release Notes

Get the installation package from the download site at
. If you are using the Vaadin Plugin for Eclipse, upgrade the Vaadin version from the project preferences.

Problem fixes and enhancements planned for upcoming releases can be found from the
Vaadin Roadmap
in Vaadin Trac.

As always, when upgrading from an earlier version, you should recompile any custom widget sets and refresh your project in Eclipse. If you are upgrading from earlier than 6.3.0, notice that Vaadin 6.3 uses GWT 2.0 (included in the installation package). See the
General Upgrade Notes
for more details on upgrading.

Maven repository doesn’t contain 6.3.2 version.
Could You provide that version to the maven repository ?

Oops, I had uploaded the package to the staging repository, but forgot to close&promote it.

Should be there now.

I don’t know if some time is needed but I still dont see it.

Still nothing.

Strange, it shows in the repository
with the other releases. Well, there’s a small error in the scm field in the pom, but that should not be a problem.

I don’t myself use Maven, so I’m sailing in foreign waters a bit here, but I’ll try to look into it.

I’m still not quite sure what the problem is. Meanwhile, the [tt]
[/tt] gets loaded just OK if you set it manually in the dependencies:


Also “[tt]
[/tt]” works OK. However, creating a new project thinks that 6.3.1 is the newest version and can’t even find the 1.2.0 archetype, except if the sonatype repository is given explicitly.

There’s probably something wrong with the 1.2.0 archetype, which was released around Vaadin 6.3.1. The
has a bit strange repository URL at least. I’ll see tomorrow if that’s the problem.

This appears to be a problem with the Maven repository mirroring. The following have 6.3.2:


(Maven central repository)
(through which we publish Vaadin)

[/list]but for example the following doesn’t:



[/list]Please try some other repository and see if that solves your problem.

There’s also some probably separate problem that the 1.2.0 archetype is not registered in the archetype catalog of the central repository.