MapStruct Spring Extensions 0.0.2 released

It is my pleasure to announce the second official release of MapStruct Spring Extensions. What started out as a StackOverflow question over a year ago has turned into its own (sub-)project within the MapStruct organization.

This second release allows specifying a defined name for the generated ConversionServiceAdapter bean. Kudos go to David Hamilton for this contribution. Additionally, you will now find a reference guide on the main MapStruct homepage.

Including the annotations and extensions defined in this project will generate a class acting as bridge between MapStruct’s conventions and Spring’s ConversionService API that in turn can be added to any Mapper’s uses attribute. See the examples for details.

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MapStruct 1.4.2.Final bug fix released

It is my pleasure to announce the 1.4.2.Final bug fix release of MapStruct.

This release includes 2 enhancements, 10 bug fixes, and some documentation fixes.

The most notable enhancement is the relaxing of the strictness for Mapping#qualifiedByName and Mapping#qualifier for collection mappings.

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MapStruct Spring Extensions 0.0.1 released

It is my pleasure to announce the first official release of MapStruct Spring Extensions. What started out as a StackOverflow question over a year ago has turned into its own (sub-)project within the MapStruct organization.

This first release solves the issue described in the question linked above: How can we use MapStruct mappers defined as Spring Converters in a Spring-idiomatic way when building a hierarchy of them? Including the annotations and extensions defined in this project will generate a class acting as bridge between MapStruct’s conventions and Spring’s ConversionService API that in turn can be added to any Mapper’s uses attribute. See the examples for details.

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MapStruct 1.4.1.Final bug fix released

It is my pleasure to announce the 1.4.1.Final bug fix release of MapStruct. Even though we did 3 Beta and 1 CR release we still managed to introduce some regressions.

This release includes 6 bug fixes.

The most notable fix is the support for the IntelliJ incremental annotation processing.

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