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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.2.2-RC1.

This is a release candidate for Play 2.2.2 which will be the next release of Play.

You can download Play 2.2.2-RC1 from http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.2.2-RC1/play-2.2.2-RC1.zip.

Please report any issues you find using the Play issue tracker: https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues.

Issues fixed since Play 2.2.1:

2145 Boostrap SBT with Scala 2.10.3
2117 Ensure less compiler execution is thread safe
2116 Handle missing less imports correctly
2087 Add an underlying method to Java’s Configuration object
2048 Upgrade to SBT Native Packager 0.6.4 to fix launcher scripts when artifacts with different classifiers exist
2046 Upgrade to Scala 2.10.3 to fix Future memory leak
1996 Fix for return type of the SimpleResult methods
1971 Fix for exception when ws.timeout defined in application.conf
1961 Ensure close connection header gets set
1912 Too many files open bug (Enumerator.onDoneEnumerating fix)

A full changelog for every release since 2.1.0 is available at http://www.playframework.com/changelog.

Thanks to all community contributors who helped to make this release happen.

- Rich
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The Play team is proud to announce the release of Play 2.2.0!

This is a huge release with contributions from 140 people in the Play community. The highlights from this release include:
New results structure for Java and Scala
Better control over buffering and keep alive
New action composition and action builder methods
Improved Java Promise API
Iteratee library execution context passing
SBT 0.13 support
New stage and dist tasks
Built in gzip support
For more details on the highlights, visit:

http://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.2.0/Highlights22

For a migration guide for upgrading from Play 2.1 to 2.2, visit:

http://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.2.0/Migration22

You can download this release from:

http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.2.0/play-2.2.0.zip

Or, if you're interested in getting started with new Play projects with templates and tutorials to give you a head start, check out Typesafe Activator:

http://typesafe.com/activator

A big thankyou to everyone in the community that made this release happen, particularly the earlier adopters who tested our milestone and RC releases.

Enjoy!
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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.1.3!

Important: A major security vulnerability was found in Play's session handling, which has been announced on the Play security mailing list:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/play-framework-security

The Play team strongly advises that users of Play 2.1.x upgrade to 2.1.3 as soon as possible.

This release is primarily a bug fix release and contains the following fixes:
20130806-SessionInjection Session injection vulnerability fix
1329 Made If-None-Since and If-Modified-Since interaction spec compliant
1332 Fixed regression where SSE disconnects were not detected
1346, 1360 Fixed race conditions with Expect: 100-continue
1347 Changed URL path segment encoding to follow spec rather than use query string encoding
1359 Removed binary dependency on Akka 2.1; can now use Akka 2.2
1361 Fixed regression with Actions running in the wrong ExecutionContext
1370 Reduced memory used when pipelining
1402 Fixed memory leak on app reload in dev mode
1406 Upgraded junit-interface to 0.10
For a full list of changes, see here:

https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues?milestone=5&page=1&state=closed

The release can be downloaded from:

http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.1.3/play-2.1.3.zip

Regards,
Play Framework Security. Security alerts concerning Play framework will be posted here. Don't report any security issue publicly here! What if you find any security problem with Play framework? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
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The Play team are pleased to announce the release of Play 2.0.6.

The only change in this release from Play 2.0.5 is the fix of a session injection security vulnerability, which has been announced on the security mailing list:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/play-framework-security

Details of this vulnerability can be found here:

http://www.playframework.com/security/vulnerability/20130806-SessionInjection

The Play team strongly advises that users of Play 2.0.x upgrades to this release as soon as possible.

You can download this release from here:

http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.0.6/play-2.0.6.zip

Regards,
Play Framework Security. Security alerts concerning Play framework will be posted here. Don't report any security issue publicly here! What if you find any security problem with Play framework? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.1.3-RC2.
This release fixes several issues in addition to those fixed in RC1:

1370 Reduced memory used when pipelining
1402 Fixed memory leak on app reload in dev mode
1406 Upgraded junit-interface to 0.10

For full details of what has changed in 2.1.3, please see here:

https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues?milestone=5&state=closed

The changelog for all stable releases since 2.1.0 can be found here:

http://www.playframework.com/changelog

Enjoy. :)
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Rich Dougherty just announced:

The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.1.3-RC1.
This release fixes a number of issues, including:

1329 - Made If-None-Since and If-Modified-Since interaction spec compliant
1332 - Fixed regression where SSE disconnects were not detected
1346, 1360 - Fixed race conditions with Expect: 100-continue
1347 - Changed URL path segment encoding to follow spec rather than use query string encoding
1359 - Removed binary dependency on Akka 2.1; can now use Akka 2.2
1361 - Fixed regression with Actions running in the wrong ExecutionContext

For full details of what has changed in 2.1.3, please see here:

https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues?milestone=5&state=closed

The changelog for all stable releases since 2.1.0 can be found here:

http://www.playframework.com/changelog

Enjoy. :)
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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.2.2-RC1.

This is a release candidate for Play 2.2.2 which will be the next release of Play.

You can download Play 2.2.2-RC1 from http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.2.2-RC1/play-2.2.2-RC1.zip.

Please report any issues you find using the Play issue tracker: https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues.

Issues fixed since Play 2.2.1:

2145 Boostrap SBT with Scala 2.10.3
2117 Ensure less compiler execution is thread safe
2116 Handle missing less imports correctly
2087 Add an underlying method to Java’s Configuration object
2048 Upgrade to SBT Native Packager 0.6.4 to fix launcher scripts when artifacts with different classifiers exist
2046 Upgrade to Scala 2.10.3 to fix Future memory leak
1996 Fix for return type of the SimpleResult methods
1971 Fix for exception when ws.timeout defined in application.conf
1961 Ensure close connection header gets set
1912 Too many files open bug (Enumerator.onDoneEnumerating fix)

A full changelog for every release since 2.1.0 is available at http://www.playframework.com/changelog.

Thanks to all community contributors who helped to make this release happen.
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I appreciate your efforts! I will love to have more and more in Play for Java!
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Sorry for multiple announcements but G+ UI is becoming a mess and I pushed wrong buttons :(
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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.1.3!

Important: A major security vulnerability was found in Play's session handling, which has been announced on the Play security mailing list:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/play-framework-security

The Play team strongly advises that users of Play 2.1.x upgrade to 2.1.3 as soon as possible.

This release is primarily a bug fix release and contains the following fixes:
20130806-SessionInjection Session injection vulnerability fix
1329 Made If-None-Since and If-Modified-Since interaction spec compliant
1332 Fixed regression where SSE disconnects were not detected
1346, 1360 Fixed race conditions with Expect: 100-continue
1347 Changed URL path segment encoding to follow spec rather than use query string encoding
1359 Removed binary dependency on Akka 2.1; can now use Akka 2.2
1361 Fixed regression with Actions running in the wrong ExecutionContext
1370 Reduced memory used when pipelining
1402 Fixed memory leak on app reload in dev mode
1406 Upgraded junit-interface to 0.10
For a full list of changes, see here:

https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues?milestone=5&page=1&state=closed

The release can be downloaded from:

http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.1.3/play-2.1.3.zip

Regards,
Play Framework Security. Security alerts concerning Play framework will be posted here. Don't report any security issue publicly here! What if you find any security problem with Play framework? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
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The Play team are pleased to announce the release of Play 2.0.6.

The only change in this release from Play 2.0.5 is the fix of a session injection security vulnerability, which has been announced on the security mailing list:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!forum/play-framework-security

Details of this vulnerability can be found here:

http://www.playframework.com/security/vulnerability/20130806-SessionInjection

The Play team strongly advises that users of Play 2.0.x upgrades to this release as soon as possible.

You can download this release from here:

http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.0.6/play-2.0.6.zip

Regards,
Play Framework Security. Security alerts concerning Play framework will be posted here. Don't report any security issue publicly here! What if you find any security problem with Play framework? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.1.3!

Important: A major #security vulnerability was found in Play's session handling, which has been announced on the Play security mailing list:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/play-framework-security

The Play team strongly advises that users of Play 2.1.x upgrade to 2.1.3 as soon as possible.

This release is primarily a bug fix release and contains the following fixes:
20130806-SessionInjection Session injection vulnerability fix
1329 Made If-None-Since and If-Modified-Since interaction spec compliant
1332 Fixed regression where SSE disconnects were not detected
1346, 1360 Fixed race conditions with Expect: 100-continue
1347 Changed URL path segment encoding to follow spec rather than use query string encoding
1359 Removed binary dependency on Akka 2.1; can now use Akka 2.2
1361 Fixed regression with Actions running in the wrong ExecutionContext
1370 Reduced memory used when pipelining
1402 Fixed memory leak on app reload in dev mode
1406 Upgraded junit-interface to 0.10
For a full list of changes, see here:

https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues?milestone=5&page=1&state=closed

The release can be downloaded from:

http://downloads.typesafe.com/play/2.1.3/play-2.1.3.zip

Regards
Play Framework Security. Security alerts concerning Play framework will be posted here. Don't report any security issue publicly here! What if you find any security problem with Play framework? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
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The Play team is pleased to announce the release of Play 2.1.3-RC2.
This release fixes several issues in addition to those fixed in RC1:

1370 Reduced memory used when pipelining
1402 Fixed memory leak on app reload in dev mode
1406 Upgraded junit-interface to 0.10

For full details of what has changed in 2.1.3, please see here:

https://github.com/playframework/playframework/issues?milestone=5&state=closed

The changelog for all stable releases since 2.1.0 can be found here:

http://www.playframework.com/changelog

Enjoy. :)
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The High Velocity Web Framework For Java and Scala
Introduction
Play Framework makes it easy to build web applications with Java & Scala.

Play is based on a lightweight, stateless, web-friendly architecture.

Built on Akka, Play provides predictable and minimal resource consumption (CPU, memory, threads) for highly-scalable applications.