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Re: [mpc-dev] Remediation support and MPC target platforms

Lets go with #1 for M7.

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From: Carsten Reckord <reckord@xxxxxxxx>
To: Communication between MPC committers <mpc-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [mpc-dev] Remediation support and MPC target platforms


How would you like to proceed for M7? As I see it, the options are

1) ship M7 as-is, without remediation, and discuss anything further for RC1
2) include Remediation using reflection to maintain Helios compatibility and
remove the compatibility code later if we switch to Kepler-only
3) make the move to Kepler-only now and merge the Remediation support as-is

I've already kicked off a build with all other changes for the aggregator to
pick up, just to be safe. So 1) is pretty much "do nothing now".

I have local changes ready with the refactorings for 2), so that's still
doable for M7, too.

And 3) would just be throwing the switch on Gerrit to merge Remediation and
doing a rebuild.

On 07.05.2013 22:36, Ian Skerrett wrote:
> I am hoping Steffen and Benjamin might comment on any historical reason for the backward compatibility requirements.  I would tend to think that people using the Kepler version of MPC will be using it with Kepler.  However, I might be missing a use case?
> Benjamin and Steffen any thoughts?

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