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Table of Contents

I. Spring Boot Documentation
1. About the documentation
2. Getting help
3. First steps
4. Working with Spring Boot
5. Learning about Spring Boot features
6. Moving to production
7. Advanced topics
II. Getting started
8. Introducing Spring Boot
9. System Requirements
9.1. Servlet containers
10. Installing Spring Boot
10.1. Installation instructions for the Java developer
10.1.1. Maven installation
10.1.2. Gradle installation
10.2. Installing the Spring Boot CLI
10.2.1. Manual installation
10.2.2. Installation with SDKMAN!
10.2.3. OSX Homebrew installation
10.2.4. MacPorts installation
10.2.5. Command-line completion
10.2.6. Quick start Spring CLI example
10.3. Upgrading from an earlier version of Spring Boot
11. Developing your first Spring Boot application
11.1. Creating the POM
11.2. Adding classpath dependencies
11.3. Writing the code
11.3.1. The @RestController and @RequestMapping annotations
11.3.2. The @EnableAutoConfiguration annotation
11.3.3. The “main” method
11.4. Running the example
11.5. Creating an executable jar
12. What to read next
III. Using Spring Boot
13. Build systems
13.1. Dependency management
13.2. Maven
13.2.1. Inheriting the starter parent
13.2.2. Using Spring Boot without the parent POM
13.2.3. Changing the Java version
13.2.4. Using the Spring Boot Maven plugin
13.3. Gradle
13.4. Ant
13.5. Starters
14. Structuring your code
14.1. Using the “default” package
14.2. Locating the main application class
15. Configuration classes
15.1. Importing additional configuration classes
15.2. Importing XML configuration
16. Auto-configuration
16.1. Gradually replacing auto-configuration
16.2. Disabling specific auto-configuration
17. Spring Beans and dependency injection
18. Using the @SpringBootApplication annotation
19. Running your application
19.1. Running from an IDE
19.2. Running as a packaged application
19.3. Using the Maven plugin
19.4. Using the Gradle plugin
19.5. Hot swapping
20. Developer tools
20.1. Property defaults
20.2. Automatic restart
20.2.1. Excluding resources
20.2.2. Watching additional paths
20.2.3. Disabling restart
20.2.4. Using a trigger file
20.2.5. Customizing the restart classloader
20.2.6. Known limitations
20.3. LiveReload
20.4. Global settings
20.5. Remote applications
20.5.1. Running the remote client application
20.5.2. Remote update
20.5.3. Remote debug tunnel
21. Packaging your application for production
22. What to read next
IV. Spring Boot features
23. SpringApplication
23.1. Customizing the Banner
23.2. Customizing SpringApplication
23.3. Fluent builder API
23.4. Application events and listeners
23.5. Web environment
23.6. Accessing application arguments
23.7. Using the ApplicationRunner or CommandLineRunner
23.8. Application exit
23.9. Admin features
24. Externalized Configuration
24.1. Configuring random values
24.2. Accessing command line properties
24.3. Application property files
24.4. Profile-specific properties
24.5. Placeholders in properties
24.6. Using YAML instead of Properties
24.6.1. Loading YAML
24.6.2. Exposing YAML as properties in the Spring Environment
24.6.3. Multi-profile YAML documents
24.6.4. YAML shortcomings
24.6.5. Merging YAML lists
24.7. Type-safe Configuration Properties
24.7.1. Third-party configuration
24.7.2. Relaxed binding
24.7.3. Properties conversion
24.7.4. @ConfigurationProperties Validation
24.7.5. @ConfigurationProperties vs. @Value
25. Profiles
25.1. Adding active profiles
25.2. Programmatically setting profiles
25.3. Profile-specific configuration files
26. Logging
26.1. Log format
26.2. Console output
26.2.1. Color-coded output
26.3. File output
26.4. Log Levels
26.5. Custom log configuration
26.6. Logback extensions
26.6.1. Profile-specific configuration
26.6.2. Environment properties
27. Developing web applications
27.1. The ‘Spring Web MVC framework’
27.1.1. Spring MVC auto-configuration
27.1.2. HttpMessageConverters
27.1.3. Custom JSON Serializers and Deserializers
27.1.4. MessageCodesResolver
27.1.5. Static Content
27.1.6. ConfigurableWebBindingInitializer
27.1.7. Template engines
27.1.8. Error Handling
Custom error pages
Mapping error pages outside of Spring MVC
Error Handling on WebSphere Application Server
27.1.9. Spring HATEOAS
27.1.10. CORS support
27.2. JAX-RS and Jersey
27.3. Embedded servlet container support
27.3.1. Servlets, Filters, and listeners
Registering Servlets, Filters, and listeners as Spring beans
27.3.2. Servlet Context Initialization
Scanning for Servlets, Filters, and listeners
27.3.3. The EmbeddedWebApplicationContext
27.3.4. Customizing embedded servlet containers
Programmatic customization
Customizing ConfigurableEmbeddedServletContainer directly
27.3.5. JSP limitations
28. Security
28.1. OAuth2
28.1.1. Authorization Server
28.1.2. Resource Server
28.2. Token Type in User Info
28.3. Customizing the User Info RestTemplate
28.3.1. Client
28.3.2. Single Sign On
28.4. Actuator Security
29. Working with SQL databases
29.1. Configure a DataSource
29.1.1. Embedded Database Support
29.1.2. Connection to a production database
29.1.3. Connection to a JNDI DataSource
29.2. Using JdbcTemplate
29.3. JPA and ‘Spring Data’
29.3.1. Entity Classes
29.3.2. Spring Data JPA Repositories
29.3.3. Creating and dropping JPA databases
29.4. Using H2’s web console
29.4.1. Changing the H2 console’s path
29.4.2. Securing the H2 console
29.5. Using jOOQ
29.5.1. Code Generation
29.5.2. Using DSLContext
29.5.3. Customizing jOOQ
30. Working with NoSQL technologies
30.1. Redis
30.1.1. Connecting to Redis
30.2. MongoDB
30.2.1. Connecting to a MongoDB database
30.2.2. MongoTemplate
30.2.3. Spring Data MongoDB repositories
30.2.4. Embedded Mongo
30.3. Neo4j
30.3.1. Connecting to a Neo4j database
30.3.2. Using the embedded mode
30.3.3. Neo4jSession
30.3.4. Spring Data Neo4j repositories
30.3.5. Repository example
30.4. Gemfire
30.5. Solr
30.5.1. Connecting to Solr
30.5.2. Spring Data Solr repositories
30.6. Elasticsearch
30.6.1. Connecting to Elasticsearch using Jest
30.6.2. Connecting to Elasticsearch using Spring Data
30.6.3. Spring Data Elasticsearch repositories
30.7. Cassandra
30.7.1. Connecting to Cassandra
30.7.2. Spring Data Cassandra repositories
30.8. Couchbase
30.8.1. Connecting to Couchbase
30.8.2. Spring Data Couchbase repositories
31. Caching
31.1. Supported cache providers
31.1.1. Generic
31.1.2. JCache
31.1.3. EhCache 2.x
31.1.4. Hazelcast
31.1.5. Infinispan
31.1.6. Couchbase
31.1.7. Redis
31.1.8. Caffeine
31.1.9. Guava
31.1.10. Simple
31.1.11. None
32. Messaging
32.1. JMS
32.1.1. ActiveMQ support
32.1.2. Artemis support
32.1.3. HornetQ support
32.1.4. Using a JNDI ConnectionFactory
32.1.5. Sending a message
32.1.6. Receiving a message
32.2. AMQP
32.2.1. RabbitMQ support
32.2.2. Sending a message
32.2.3. Receiving a message
33. Calling REST services
33.1. RestTemplate customization
34. Sending email
35. Distributed Transactions with JTA
35.1. Using an Atomikos transaction manager
35.2. Using a Bitronix transaction manager
35.3. Using a Narayana transaction manager
35.4. Using a Java EE managed transaction manager
35.5. Mixing XA and non-XA JMS connections
35.6. Supporting an alternative embedded transaction manager
36. Hazelcast
37. Spring Integration
38. Spring Session
39. Monitoring and management over JMX
40. Testing
40.1. Test scope dependencies
40.2. Testing Spring applications
40.3. Testing Spring Boot applications
40.3.1. Detecting test configuration
40.3.2. Excluding test configuration
40.3.3. Working with random ports
40.3.4. Mocking and spying beans
40.3.5. Auto-configured tests
40.3.6. Auto-configured JSON tests
40.3.7. Auto-configured Spring MVC tests
40.3.8. Auto-configured Data JPA tests
40.3.9. Auto-configured REST clients
40.3.10. Auto-configured Spring REST Docs tests
40.3.11. Using Spock to test Spring Boot applications
40.4. Test utilities
40.4.1. ConfigFileApplicationContextInitializer
40.4.2. EnvironmentTestUtils
40.4.3. OutputCapture
40.4.4. TestRestTemplate
41. WebSockets
42. Web Services
43. Creating your own auto-configuration
43.1. Understanding auto-configured beans
43.2. Locating auto-configuration candidates
43.3. Condition annotations
43.3.1. Class conditions
43.3.2. Bean conditions
43.3.3. Property conditions
43.3.4. Resource conditions
43.3.5. Web application conditions
43.3.6. SpEL expression conditions
43.4. Creating your own starter
43.4.1. Naming
43.4.2. Autoconfigure module
43.4.3. Starter module
44. What to read next
V. Spring Boot Actuator: Production-ready features
45. Enabling production-ready features
46. Endpoints
46.1. Customizing endpoints
46.2. Hypermedia for actuator MVC endpoints
46.3. CORS support
46.4. Adding custom endpoints
46.5. Health information
46.6. Security with HealthIndicators
46.6.1. Auto-configured HealthIndicators
46.6.2. Writing custom HealthIndicators
46.7. Application information
46.7.1. Auto-configured InfoContributors
46.7.2. Custom application info information
46.7.3. Git commit information
46.7.4. Build information
46.7.5. Writing custom InfoContributors
47. Monitoring and management over HTTP
47.1. Securing sensitive endpoints
47.2. Customizing the management endpoint paths
47.3. Customizing the management server port
47.4. Configuring management-specific SSL
47.5. Customizing the management server address
47.6. Disabling HTTP endpoints
47.7. HTTP health endpoint access restrictions
48. Monitoring and management over JMX
48.1. Customizing MBean names
48.2. Disabling JMX endpoints
48.3. Using Jolokia for JMX over HTTP
48.3.1. Customizing Jolokia
48.3.2. Disabling Jolokia
49. Monitoring and management using a remote shell
49.1. Connecting to the remote shell
49.1.1. Remote shell credentials
49.2. Extending the remote shell
49.2.1. Remote shell commands
49.2.2. Remote shell plugins
50. Metrics
50.1. System metrics
50.2. DataSource metrics
50.3. Cache metrics
50.4. Tomcat session metrics
50.5. Recording your own metrics
50.6. Adding your own public metrics
50.7. Special features with Java 8
50.8. Metric writers, exporters and aggregation
50.8.1. Example: Export to Redis
50.8.2. Example: Export to Open TSDB
50.8.3. Example: Export to Statsd
50.8.4. Example: Export to JMX
50.9. Aggregating metrics from multiple sources
50.10. Dropwizard Metrics
50.11. Message channel integration
51. Auditing
52. Tracing
52.1. Custom tracing
53. Process monitoring
53.1. Extend configuration
53.2. Programmatically
54. What to read next
VI. Deploying Spring Boot applications
55. Deploying to the cloud
55.1. Cloud Foundry
55.1.1. Binding to services
55.2. Heroku
55.3. OpenShift
55.4. Boxfuse and Amazon Web Services
55.5. Google App Engine
56. Installing Spring Boot applications
56.1. Unix/Linux services
56.1.1. Installation as an init.d service (System V)
Securing an init.d service
56.1.2. Installation as a systemd service
56.1.3. Customizing the startup script
Customizing script when it’s written
Customizing script when it runs
57. Microsoft Windows services
58. What to read next
VII. Spring Boot CLI
59. Installing the CLI
60. Using the CLI
60.1. Running applications using the CLI
60.1.1. Deduced “grab” dependencies
60.1.2. Deduced “grab” coordinates
60.1.3. Default import statements
60.1.4. Automatic main method
60.1.5. Custom dependency management
60.2. Testing your code
60.3. Applications with multiple source files
60.4. Packaging your application
60.5. Initialize a new project
60.6. Using the embedded shell
60.7. Adding extensions to the CLI
61. Developing application with the Groovy beans DSL
62. Configuring the CLI with settings.xml
63. What to read next
VIII. Build tool plugins
64. Spring Boot Maven plugin
64.1. Including the plugin
64.2. Packaging executable jar and war files
65. Spring Boot Gradle plugin
65.1. Including the plugin
65.2. Gradle dependency management
65.3. Packaging executable jar and war files
65.4. Running a project in-place
65.5. Spring Boot plugin configuration
65.6. Repackage configuration
65.7. Repackage with custom Gradle configuration
65.7.1. Configuration options
65.7.2. Available layouts
65.8. Understanding how the Gradle plugin works
65.9. Publishing artifacts to a Maven repository using Gradle
65.9.1. Configuring Gradle to produce a pom that inherits dependency management
65.9.2. Configuring Gradle to produce a pom that imports dependency management
66. Spring Boot AntLib module
66.1. Spring Boot Ant tasks
66.1.1. spring-boot:exejar
66.1.2. Examples
66.2. spring-boot:findmainclass
66.2.1. Examples
67. Supporting other build systems
67.1. Repackaging archives
67.2. Nested libraries
67.3. Finding a main class
67.4. Example repackage implementation
68. What to read next
IX. ‘How-to’ guides
69. Spring Boot application
69.1. Create your own FailureAnalyzer
69.2. Troubleshoot auto-configuration
69.3. Customize the Environment or ApplicationContext before it starts
69.4. Build an ApplicationContext hierarchy (adding a parent or root context)
69.5. Create a non-web application
70. Properties & configuration
70.1. Automatically expand properties at build time
70.1.1. Automatic property expansion using Maven
70.1.2. Automatic property expansion using Gradle
70.2. Externalize the configuration of SpringApplication
70.3. Change the location of external properties of an application
70.4. Use ‘short’ command line arguments
70.5. Use YAML for external properties
70.6. Set the active Spring profiles
70.7. Change configuration depending on the environment
70.8. Discover built-in options for external properties
71. Embedded servlet containers
71.1. Add a Servlet, Filter or Listener to an application
71.1.1. Add a Servlet, Filter or Listener using a Spring bean
Disable registration of a Servlet or Filter
71.1.2. Add Servlets, Filters, and Listeners using classpath scanning
71.2. Change the HTTP port
71.3. Use a random unassigned HTTP port
71.4. Discover the HTTP port at runtime
71.5. Configure SSL
71.6. Configure Access Logging
71.7. Use behind a front-end proxy server
71.7.1. Customize Tomcat’s proxy configuration
71.8. Configure Tomcat
71.9. Enable Multiple Connectors with Tomcat
71.10. Use Jetty instead of Tomcat
71.11. Configure Jetty
71.12. Use Undertow instead of Tomcat
71.13. Configure Undertow
71.14. Enable Multiple Listeners with Undertow
71.15. Use Tomcat 7.x or 8.0
71.15.1. Use Tomcat 7.x or 8.0 with Maven
71.15.2. Use Tomcat 7.x or 8.0 with Gradle
71.16. Use Jetty 9.2
71.16.1. Use Jetty 9.2 with Maven
71.16.2. Use Jetty 9.2 with Gradle
71.17. Use Jetty 8
71.17.1. Use Jetty 8 with Maven
71.17.2. Use Jetty 8 with Gradle
71.18. Create WebSocket endpoints using @ServerEndpoint
71.19. Enable HTTP response compression
72. Spring MVC
72.1. Write a JSON REST service
72.2. Write an XML REST service
72.3. Customize the Jackson ObjectMapper
72.4. Customize the @ResponseBody rendering
72.5. Handling Multipart File Uploads
72.6. Switch off the Spring MVC DispatcherServlet
72.7. Switch off the Default MVC configuration
72.8. Customize ViewResolvers
72.9. Velocity
72.10. Use Thymeleaf 3
73. HTTP clients
73.1. Configure RestTemplate to use a proxy
74. Logging
74.1. Configure Logback for logging
74.1.1. Configure logback for file only output
74.2. Configure Log4j for logging
74.2.1. Use YAML or JSON to configure Log4j 2
75. Data Access
75.1. Configure a DataSource
75.2. Configure Two DataSources
75.3. Use Spring Data repositories
75.4. Separate @Entity definitions from Spring configuration
75.5. Configure JPA properties
75.6. Use a custom EntityManagerFactory
75.7. Use Two EntityManagers
75.8. Use a traditional persistence.xml
75.9. Use Spring Data JPA and Mongo repositories
75.10. Expose Spring Data repositories as REST endpoint
75.11. Configure a component that is used by JPA
76. Database initialization
76.1. Initialize a database using JPA
76.2. Initialize a database using Hibernate
76.3. Initialize a database using Spring JDBC
76.4. Initialize a Spring Batch database
76.5. Use a higher-level database migration tool
76.5.1. Execute Flyway database migrations on startup
76.5.2. Execute Liquibase database migrations on startup
77. Batch applications
77.1. Execute Spring Batch jobs on startup
78. Actuator
78.1. Change the HTTP port or address of the actuator endpoints
78.2. Customize the ‘whitelabel’ error page
78.3. Actuator and Jersey
79. Security
79.1. Switch off the Spring Boot security configuration
79.2. Change the AuthenticationManager and add user accounts
79.3. Enable HTTPS when running behind a proxy server
80. Hot swapping
80.1. Reload static content
80.2. Reload templates without restarting the container
80.2.1. Thymeleaf templates
80.2.2. FreeMarker templates
80.2.3. Groovy templates
80.2.4. Velocity templates
80.3. Fast application restarts
80.4. Reload Java classes without restarting the container
80.4.1. Configuring Spring Loaded for use with Maven
80.4.2. Configuring Spring Loaded for use with Gradle and IntelliJ IDEA
81. Build
81.1. Generate build information
81.2. Generate git information
81.3. Customize dependency versions
81.4. Create an executable JAR with Maven
81.5. Create an additional executable JAR
81.6. Extract specific libraries when an executable jar runs
81.7. Create a non-executable JAR with exclusions
81.8. Remote debug a Spring Boot application started with Maven
81.9. Remote debug a Spring Boot application started with Gradle
81.10. Build an executable archive from Ant without using spring-boot-antlib
81.11. How to use Java 6
81.11.1. Embedded servlet container compatibility
81.11.2. Jackson
81.11.3. JTA API compatibility
82. Traditional deployment
82.1. Create a deployable war file
82.2. Create a deployable war file for older servlet containers
82.3. Convert an existing application to Spring Boot
82.4. Deploying a WAR to WebLogic
82.5. Deploying a WAR in an Old (Servlet 2.5) Container
X. Appendices
A. Common application properties
B. Configuration meta-data
B.1. Meta-data format
B.1.1. Group Attributes
B.1.2. Property Attributes
B.1.3. Hint Attributes
B.1.4. Repeated meta-data items
B.2. Providing manual hints
B.2.1. Value hint
B.2.2. Value provider
Any
Class reference
Handle As
Logger name
Spring bean reference
Spring profile name
B.3. Generating your own meta-data using the annotation processor
B.3.1. Nested properties
B.3.2. Adding additional meta-data
C. Auto-configuration classes
C.1. From the “spring-boot-autoconfigure” module
C.2. From the “spring-boot-actuator” module
D. Test auto-configuration annotations
E. The executable jar format
E.1. Nested JARs
E.1.1. The executable jar file structure
E.1.2. The executable war file structure
E.2. Spring Boot’s “JarFile” class
E.2.1. Compatibility with the standard Java “JarFile”
E.3. Launching executable jars
E.3.1. Launcher manifest
E.3.2. Exploded archives
E.4. PropertiesLauncher Features
E.5. Executable jar restrictions
E.5.1. Zip entry compression
E.5.2. System ClassLoader
E.6. Alternative single jar solutions
F. Dependency versions

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    • wwd2010
    • 09/13. 2016 11:06am

    申请翻译:
    II. Getting started
    第8节-第12节

    可以吗?

    • Ricman
    • 09/13. 2016 3:34pm

    还没有人参加?分配一章我试试

    • 刘阳
    • 09/14. 2016 1:29pm

    申请翻译:
    III.using spring boot
    第13至第15节

    • hellojukay
    • 09/14. 2016 3:48pm

    你好,我想申请翻译第一章,使用markdown格式可以吗

  1. 建议在Github上建一个库,然后翻译 https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-boot/tree/master/spring-boot-docs/src/main/asciidoc 这里的文档。网页上的文档都是从这里转化出去的。使用 AsciiDoc 可以很方便地转化出PDF、HTML、EPUB等格式。

    • SeanWan1989
    • 09/14. 2016 11:11pm

    第四章:23-26,楼主可以么?

      • SeanWan1989
      • 09/14. 2016 11:13pm

      还有这边翻译的话,有什么工具特别要求么?

  2. 申请翻译:
    Part V. Spring Boot Actuator: Production-ready features
    45 - 54

    • 党党
    • 09/20. 2016 1:48am

    我发现这里也有这个文档的翻译
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    • 二进制的蛇
    • 09/23. 2016 12:30pm

    申请翻译:
    73. HTTP clients
    73.1. Configure RestTemplate to use a proxy

  3. 申请翻译 Embedded servlet container support

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    • 09/29. 2016 5:10pm

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    申请翻译 13. Build systems 章节

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    • 10/10. 2016 8:35am

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    • Darlynn
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    申请翻译 III. using spring boot 13节 , 有人申了吗?

    • flystarfly
    • 10/22. 2016 3:53pm

    还可以申领的话 我申领 28. Security

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    • 11/04. 2016 3:33pm

    申请翻译
    31. Caching
    31.1. Supported cache providers
    31.1.1. Generic
    31.1.2. JCache
    31.1.3. EhCache 2.x
    31.1.4. Hazelcast
    31.1.5. Infinispan
    31.1.6. Couchbase
    31.1.7. Redis
    31.1.8. Caffeine
    31.1.9. Guava
    31.1.10. Simple
    31.1.11. None

    • 二三
    • 12/17. 2016 9:41pm

    请问, 还有章节可以认领吗

    • ygmyth
    • 12/23. 2016 4:11pm

    申请翻译:
    10. Installing Spring Boot
    10.1. Installation instructions for the Java developer
    10.1.1. Maven installation
    10.1.2. Gradle installation

    • tornadojava
    • 01/03. 2017 2:05pm

    好似好多没有翻译,是否可以将领取的做一个标注。这样方便领取。
    最好每一次文档翻译有一个专人负责。不用每次都是腾飞管理。这样方便管理,而且效率更高!

    • tornadojava
    • 01/16. 2017 10:13am

    目前已经翻译的部分
    1~7
    II
    8~12
    28
    30.1
    各位加油!

    • tornadojava
    • 01/16. 2017 10:23am

    已经申请的章节,但是没有翻译出来!
    刘阳 13~15
    zouyanjian 13
    SeanWan1989 23~26
    hyssop 27.3
    xuheyang 31~31.1.11
    千橙 45~54
    二进制的蛇 73~73.1
    建议年前提交!

    • wujinsen
    • 01/17. 2017 5:48pm

    申请翻译:
    16. Auto-configuration
    16.1. Gradually replacing auto-configuration
    16.2. Disabling specific auto-configuration
    17. Spring Beans and dependency injection

    • wendaoone
    • 01/22. 2017 10:08am

    申请翻译:
    1.Spring Boot Documentation
    1. About the documentation
    2. Getting help
    3. First steps

    • xiuson
    • 03/01. 2017 8:02am

    hi @tornadojava 还有哪些章节是没有翻译的

  4. 申请翻译18. Using the @SpringBootApplication annotation

    • 大海
    • 04/24. 2017 11:34am

    我已经在开源中国翻译好了直到 30.6 的章节,感觉你们这个地方挺不错的,应该怎么加入。是把博客文章直接复制过来?附带链接:https://my.oschina.net/u/2484728/blog/826713

    • 枫子幽梦
    • 07/18. 2017 12:41pm

    还有哪些没有翻译

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