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Spring Live in Sourcebeat?

 
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I got myself a soft copy of Spring Live by Matt Raible.

It instructs to..download Equinox from http://sourcebeat.com/downloads and extract it to an appropriate location.
The url given is not working for me. It seems even the sourcebeat site is down or got changed.

Any help is greatly appreciated, as I want to start working on Spring asap. Thank you.

-Himalay
 
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They're on the dev.java.net site - Equinox - recently changed to AppFuse-Light.
 
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I was in this site yesterday..but was not active enough to figure out if thats the one..Thanks Nathan.
 
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Note that Spring Live is an earlier version of Spring Primer, and it's last edition is from 2005.
 
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Spring Primer being the latest version I would go with it..not Spring Live.
Thanks for updating me at the right time.
 
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By the way..I am wondering which book I should go for

Spring Primer or Springs in Action..Any help on this?

Thanks
 
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