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Transmorph 2.2.0 released

Transmorph is a free java library used to convert a Java object of one type into an object of another type (with another signature, possibly parameterized).

Posted by Cédric Chabanois 2009-05-12

Transmorph 2.1.0 released

Transmorph is a free java library used to convert a Java object of one type into an object of another type (with another signature, possibly parameterized).

Transmorph strong points are :
* support conversion for primitives and objects
* support conversion to multidimensional arrays
* support conversion to parameterized collections and types
* support conversion for beans that contain bi-directional relationships
* you can choose exactly which converters you want to use
* jars for JDK 1.4 and JDK 1.5
* no dependencies
* 40 converters included
* easy to add more converters
* objects can be modified after conversion using modifiers
* can convert to a type given either its java type (Class) or signature
* easy to use... read more

Posted by Cédric Chabanois 2009-03-07

Transmorph 2.0.0 released

Transmorph is a free java library used to convert a Java object of one type into an object of another type (with another signature, possibly parameterized).

Transmorph strong points are :
* support conversion for primitives and objects
* support conversion to multidimensional arrays
* support conversion to parameterized collections and types
* support conversion for beans that contain bi-directional relationships
* you can choose exactly which converters you want to use
* jars for JDK 1.4 and JDK 1.5
* no dependencies
* 40 converters included
* easy to add more converters
* objects can be modified after conversion using modifiers
* can convert to a type given either its java type (Class) or signature
* easy to use... read more

Posted by Cédric Chabanois 2009-02-07

First release of transmorph

First release of transmorph.

Transmorph is a new free java library (Apache 2 License) used to convert a Java object of one type into an object of another type (with another signature, possibly parameterized).

Posted by Cédric Chabanois 2009-01-09