Filip Hrisafov Taking Over as MapStruct Project Lead
It’s with great happiness and excitement that I’m announcing that Filip Hrisafov is taking over the role of MapStruct’s project lead!
Really that’s just manifesting the status quo of the last couple of months, during which Filip already was acting in that role effectively.
As I’ve been able to contribute less and less time towards MapStruct over the last year,
it was about time to pass on the baton to a new lead,
with many fresh ideas and a great level of enthusiasm.
Filip joined the team in 2016, sending in a patch for improving our test suite.
Since then, he became an invaluable member of the MapStruct community.
He implemented several new features and stepped up to help with reviewing
pull requests, providing help to new contributors, answering related questions on StackOverflow and even doing the last few releases of the project.
Having had the pleasure of working with Filip over the last years, I’m convinced that going forward he’s the perfect person for leading the project.
MapStruct 1.2.0.Final is out
I’m very happy to announce the final version MapStruct 1.2!
After less than a year from the 1.1.0.Final release, 3 Beta and 2 CR releases, MapStruct 1.2.0.Final is finally out :).
Besides bug fixes, the 1.2 release brings some new interesting features:
- MapStruct can be used with Lombok out of the box
- Java 8 Stream support
- Mappings based on public fields
- Automatic creation of nested mapping methods
- Mapping methods can take “pass-through” context parameters, addressing different use cases like
- Passing a locale, timezone or similar to custom mapping methods
- Keeping track of processed nodes in circular object graphs
- Target bean factory methods can access a mapping’s source parameter(s)
- Nested target mappings have been reworked from the ground up
- Java 9 Compatibility
MapStruct support for IntelliJ IDEA
I am very happy to announce the first version of the MapStruct IntelliJ IDEA plugin.
Now we have official support for 2 IDEs, Eclipse being the first IDE for which we had support from earlier (plugin here).
With the power of IntelliJ you now get completions in
@ValueMapping annotations (also for nested mappings ;)).
Apart from that you also get support for: finding usages of methods directly within annotations,
going to declarations from annotations, highlighting support within annotations and refactoring support.