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Re: [orbit-dev] org.apache.httpcomponents.httpclient OSGi bundle and commons-codec 1.15 not allowed

Hi Václav, 

Can you please be explicit about which bundles you are referring to? AFAICT this request has already been done (in 2020): - if you are seeing something different then perhaps I haven't mapped your question to the specific bundles, or perhaps you are pointing at an older recommended build. See for the announcement on the latest recommended one.

The Orbit bundles are maintained by the Eclipse projects* that consume the bundles, so whichever Eclipse project needs such a change is more than welcome to test and provide the update. As you can see from the above quoted gerrit, the actual change itself is easy enough. 

*Said in another way, there is no one on the "Orbit team". I release what is in Orbit and will help projects contribute new bundles, but I don't have the resources to actually build and test bundles or their modifications.


Jonah Graham
Kichwa Coders

On Thu, 16 Jun 2022 at 07:19, Václav Haisman <vhaisman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I would like to ask for enhancement/bugfix. We are using the Eclipse Equinox and Eclipse OSGi bundles in our application. Recently, we updated to commons-codec 1.15 and now we get unresolved package import because the org.apache.httpcomponents.httpclient OSGi bundle available in the Orbit downloads limits the version range to [1.14.0,1.15). Is it really necessary to limit it this strictly? I don't see anything particularly controversial in their release notes at

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