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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Withdrawing Code Recommenders from SimRel

I request option 3 for the sake of the better user experience (i.e., not doing 2). Option 1 is not feasible given the current constraints.

Best regards,

Von meinem iPad gesendet

> Am 12.12.2018 um 17:15 schrieb Andreas Sewe <andreas.sewe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Wayne Beaton wrote:
>> AFAICT, Eclipse Code Recommenders has been removed from the packages. I
>> do, however, see references to what I think look like references to
>> bundle (optional) and extension point
>> in a couple of plugin.xml and MANIFEST files. Should these be removed?
> that is not necessary. The News Feed bundle is optional and unrelated to
> the rest of Code Recommenders. Unfortunately, it is currently broken as
> the Feed Parser in Mylyn broke [1] with Java 11 (JAXB being removed).
> The feed declarations are still there to provide users who install the
> plugin from the Marketplace automatically are subscribed to the
> packages' feed.
>> We're very late in the process. Staging for the final RC is currently in
>> progress (the final build for RC2 starts at midnight EST). This feels
>> like too significant a change to commit after the final RC.
>> I believe that we have three choices:
>> 1) Stay in 2018-12 and contribute new bits
>> 2) Stay in 2018-12 and contribute the old bits
>> 3) Drop out of 2018-12 and remove the old bits
>> I am I correct in assuming that the second option is actually invalid?
> I don't have a running build right now (and can't work full-time on
> this) so option 1 seems unlikely at this point; Java 11 simply broke to
> many things in our build.
> Under Java 11, option 2 logs several errors in the Error Log the first
> time the user triggers content assist in a Java file. Thereafter, JDT
> completion works as normal and Code Recommenders doesn't.
> To ensure that Java users have a smooth out-of-the-box experience, I
> personally would vote for option 3.
>> I think that we need a final call (from the Project Lead) right now.
> @Marcel: What's your take on this?
> Hope this helps.
> Andreas
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