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too many spring-xxx.jar

 
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I found that spring related jar has more than 40 jars like spring-core-xxx.jar spring-beans-xx.jar, spring-web-xxx.jar, etc.  If I want a full set of spring features, do I need to add ALL these .jar files ?  Why does it provide a single jar that contains all these functions ?
 
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You need to use Maven to manage your .jar files.  It dramatically simplifies things.  
JavaBrains has some free tutorials on YouTube regarding using Maven with Spring.
 
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