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Re: [linuxtools-dev] ASM 8 or 9?

The orbit repo for Linux Tools wasn't updated since M1, but that was an oversight.  We can update for RC1 to use the latest and greatest orbit (RC1).   If there
are issues and we have to back-level any packages, I'll post here.

-- Jeff J.

On Wed, Nov 25, 2020 at 3:49 PM Jonah Graham <jonah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello Linux tools folks,

I have been continuing to unravel dependencies, especially about version constraints. Most of my work has been on JAXB because some uses cases of JAXB is failing since 2020-06.

While doing so I came across another case which only affects Linuxtools' docker support.

At the moment docker tooling depends on com.github.jnr set of bundles, which in turn depends on org.objectweb.asm. However the dependency only specifies a lower bound of 8.0.1 [1]. There is now a 9.x version in Orbit, but linuxtools builds against an older orbit.

Does it matter to Linuxtools which version of ASM is pulled in?


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