a few things:
* the Security Interceptor has been relocated to a new package - not a big
deal, I guess a release note is good enough.
* Hawk/CDI related things:
(I have also created a branch for my "testing":
On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 7:51 PM, Sebastien Blanc <scm.blanc(a)gmail.com>wrote:
Great Job Bruno !
I will give it a try tomorrow !
On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 7:46 PM, Bruno Oliveira <bruno(a)abstractj.org>wrote:
> Good morning peeps.
> AeroGear Security 1.2.0 was staged under nexus profile
> - Instructions to test it
> * Download the sources from
> * run mvn clean package and deploy it
> * Make use of these sources to send a request against the server:
> - Changelog
> * [maven-release-plugin] prepare for next development iteration
> * [maven-release-plugin] prepare release 1.2.0
> * Revert "Preparing to release AeroGear Security 1.2.0"
> * Merge branch 'parent_pom'
> * remove stuff provided by the parent pom
> * add aerogear's parent pom
> * fix pom formatting
> * Preparing to release AeroGear Security 1.2.0
> * Merge branch 'hawk'
> * Le missing license headers
> * Inclusion of Javadocs for Hawk
> * Update to Hawk 1.0.0
> * Fix the error messages
> * Handle more generic exceptions
> * Follow the header conventions from Hawk
> * Hawk server configuration must be provided by the developer
> * Fix the issues with Hawk and CDI
> * Merge branch 'formatting'
> * fix formatting
> * Merge branch 'license_fixes'
> * fix license headers
> * Merge branch 'JavaDocForSecure'
> * Removing stupid import (thanks Eclipse)
> * Fixing typos
> * Adding an XML example...
> * Adding JAvaDoc for the Secure annotation + Hint on enabling in
> projects beans.xml file
> * Update README
> Feedback, suggestions to improve the documentation, tomatoes are
> welcome. On wednesday I'll send it to maven central, so if you would
> like to test, let me know.
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