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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Orbit Bundles To Be Removed From 2018-09 M3
- From: Nick Boldt <nboldt@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2018 16:01:16 -0400
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org.eclipse.recommenders.injection 2.5.3.v20180609-1554 requires com.google.guava 15.0. Unsure if a newer version exists which works w/ Guava 21..
Not sure about the com.ibm.icu stuff -- is 62 compatible with 58?Â
The rest - the apache felix and ant stuff - should hopefully be fine.
As to Lucene removals:
* org.eclipse.recommenders.models 2.5.3 requires lucene.core 3.5
* o.e.epp.logging.aeri.feature requires lucene.analysis 6.1
* org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.result (DTP) and org.eclipse.m2e.wtp.jpa.feature (WTP) both requireÂorg.apache.lucene.queryparserÂ6.1.0.v20161115-1612, which doesn't exist in 7.1 (Lucene loves to add and drop bundles will-nilly, don't they?)
So... either those bundles / features need updating to use lucene 7.1+ or else they'll have to build against old Orbit... and Simrel will end up having multiple versions of these IUs peppered in the mix.
What version ofÂHttpComponents are you thinking would be included/dropped? Currently I'm using httpcore 4.4.6 and httpclient 4.5.2, but I think I saw a thread about Platform moving to newer versions? cc:Â@Aleksandar KurtakovÂÂ
I just wanted to give a heads-up that the following bundles (and
corresponding source bundles) are expected to be removed from the Orbit
build towards 2018-09, for M3 .
com.ibm.icu 56.1.0, 58.2.0 (use 62.0.0)
com.ibm.icu.base 56.1.0, 58.2.0 (use com.ibm.icu 62.0.0)
org.apache.felix.gogo.runtime 1.0.6 (use 1.1.0)
org.apache.felix.gogo.shell 1.0.0 (use 1.1.0)
org.apache.felix.scr 2.0.8, 2.0.10, 2.0.12 (use 2.0.14)
com.google.guava 15.0.0, 18.0.0 (use 21.0.0)
org.apache.ant 1.9.6, 1.10.3 (use 1.10.5, will be in soon)
There may be some additional bundles but they would be announced later
on (possibly older Lucene, tukaani.xz, ASM, HttpComponents).
If any projects are unable to update for some reason, or there's a good
reason not to remove one of these that I've missed, It would be good to
know ahead of time, though there is always the option to reference an
older build (eg. Photon) that would still contain them as well.
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