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Re: [eclipselink-dev] [External] : EclipseLink 3.0.1 bundle

Hi Will,

	thank You for the information. It looks, that there is some bug in part.
	I created bug for this
	As I checked, content published at Maven Central is OK. Just content produced by Nightly builds and published at is incorrect.

Thank You

On 5/3/21 9:34 PM, William Dazey wrote:

I downloaded the EclipseLink 3.0.1 OSGi Bundles Zip
(*rt*eclipselink*releases*3.0.1*eclipselink-plugins-3.0.1.v20210407-569c89c116.zip__;Ly8vLy8!!GqivPVa7Brio!NKce5fSyCosRLqqM0BNpBiYi6eHbMXD3GYTZcdnpH1k1m46Hi35Qe89U7Jzy1M1MsjE$ ).

However, looking at the artifacts within, I am a bit confused if the
content is correct. It seems to me that the packaging might be
incorrect. I am primarily comparing this release with 2.7.8
(*rt*eclipselink*releases*2.7.8*eclipselink-plugins-2.7.8.v20201217-ecdf3c32c4.zip__;Ly8vLy8!!GqivPVa7Brio!NKce5fSyCosRLqqM0BNpBiYi6eHbMXD3GYTZcdnpH1k1m46Hi35Qe89U7JzyHkkf0lI$ )

For instance, here are some of the files:


1) It would appear that we are packaging both 3.0.1 and a 3.0.2
SNAPSHOT in this down. Is there a reason for this? It looks like a
mistake and seems unnecessary to me.

2) We are including the source, which is consistent with other
releases, but again, it looks to be against some SNAPSHOT and not
`569c89c116`, which is supposed to be the hash.

3) The `3.0.1` release has a `qualifier` on the end instead of the
actual release hash. This is inconsistent with other releases, such as
the 2.7.8 release I posted above. I can crack open the file and see that the release appears to be
correct, but the artifacts were all incorrectly named.

I would appreciate any input.

Will Dazey
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