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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Is there a reason to have org.apache.commons.logging 1.0.4 in the platform?

This topic (commons.logging 1.0.4 being supplied and other projects needing 1.1) has also cost me several hours and many builds. I would not be surprised if it also cost others a few hours (so we talk about mandays of work).

So from my point of view it would be great if Eclipse projects can align on the version used for such a base jar file as commons.logging....

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Pascal Rapicault wrote:
This is being brought in by org.apache.commons.httpclient which is used by p2 (through ECF)
Do you know if they are compatible with each others? Did you try running with just the 1.1 version? Remember that at Apache, version numbers don't necessarily have the same semantics than eclipse. Actually worse, ppl just bump versions without really thinking.

At this point p2 ships 1.0.4 because we don't know any better. However given all the problems we have had around transports in p2 and the time it took us to stabilize I'm really not inclined to change that just for source issues of a third party bundle.

On 2010-05-20, at 6:42 AM, Eike Stepper wrote:


I noticed that many projects depend on o.a.c.logging 1.1.x+ while the platform still includes 1.0.4. That causes duplicate bundles and some build problems regarding the respective source bundles. Would it be possible to agree on a common version?



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