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JRebel 6.2.2 Released!

JRebel 6.2.2 is now available!
Download JRebel 6.2.2

The focus of this release is application server integrations and JRebel now supports Grails 2.5. As always, there are several improvements and bug fixes.

JRebel 6.2.2 now supports WildFly 9! All of the awesome Java EE code that your app needs should reload as expected on Red Hat’s newest platform. We’ve also improved startup and shutdown performance for Wildfly 8.2, so even if you’re not using the latest WildFly, there’s still something for you in the newest JRebel.

This release adds support for the following application servers:

  • Wildfly 9.0.0
  • Tomcat 7.0.63 and 8.0.24
  • Google App Engine 1.9.23
  • Pivotal tc Server 3.0.4 and 3.1.1
  • Jetty 9.3.0
  • WebSphere

This release also includes several bug-fixes and improvements to the JRebel 6 Agent. If you have not tried it yet, we think you should give it a go. You can always switch back to the JRebel Legacy Agent if you have any issues.

Upgrade JRebel today; use your IDE update system to upgrade or head over here to download the latest version manually.

New & Noteworthy


We have added support for Grails 2.5, and improved support for Hibernate, RESTEasy, Guice, Spring Boot, JRuby, and others!

We’ve improved EJB support for WebLogic 12, added better support for ADF’s JSPX/JSFF files, a duplicate reloading issue with ATG, and much more.

IDE plugins

We’ve fixed a few bugs in the NetBeans and IntelliJ remote server support, now the plugin should respect proxy configuration better. We also fixed a bug in REBEL_PATH parsing when there are quotation marks in the path for NetBeans, and fixed a UI issue with Eclipse Mars. There are other small minor improvements and fixes as well. Head on over to the full changelog for the complete rundown. And then do not forget to hit that upgrade button.

Download JRebel 6.2.2