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CGLIB 2.2 Becomes Final

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From the "snuck by me department": CGLIB 2.2, which had hovered in beta for a seemingly endless period of time, became final in May of 2008. The brief release notes explain that it contains a patch for a race condition in MethodProxy as well as an upgrade to ASM 3.1. For those who aren't familiar with CGLIB, it is a very lightweight Java library originally created as a faster alternative to java.lang.reflect.Proxy. It has seen use in many well-known projects such as Hibernate, Spring, and more recently Google Guice.