|Re: [jgit-dev] JGit Bot failing with "hudson" error|
I think this job failed due to this error:
00:49:41 [ERROR] Failed to execute goal com.github.siom79.japicmp:japicmp-maven-plugin:0.17.1:cmp (default) on project org.eclipse.jgit.archive: Execution default of goal com.github.siom79.japicmp:japicmp-maven-plugin:0.17.1:cmp failed: Could not load 'Class not found: org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator': org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator. Please make sure that all libraries have been added to the classpath (CLASSPATH=:/home/jenkins/agent/workspace/stable/jgit.gerrit-pipeline.java11/repo/org.eclipse.jgit/target/org.eclipse.jgit-6.6.0-SNAPSHOT.jar:/home/jenkins/agent/workspace/stable/jgit.gerrit-pipeline.java11/repo/org.eclipse.jgit.archive/target/org.eclipse.jgit.archive-6.6.0-SNAPSHOT.jar:) or try the option '--ignore-missing-classes'. -> [Help 1]
The japicmp plugin is used to compute API changes compared to the previous jgit release.
I guess there was a network issue when japicmp tried to access the artefacts of the previous release.
Does anyone familiar with the JGit Bot build system have an idea about why all CL uploads from today (April 25) are failing with a "hudson" error?
https://ci.eclipse.org/jgit/job/stable/job/jgit.gerrit-pipeline.java11/3577/console shows an example failure:
https://git.eclipse.org/r/q/status:open+-is:wip+repo:jgit/jgit shows all recent verifications failing:
Anna Papitto (she)
Google San Francisco
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