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Re: [tycho-dev] Tycho 3.0 release

On Fri, Jan 7, 2022 at 12:24 PM Christoph Läubrich <laeubi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I would add say the following should considered breaking:

- changing the java version to run the build
- requiring a new minimum maven version (e.g. once we require maven 4)
- requiring to change their pom.xml in a non trivial way (e.g. beside
changing some configuration value in an existing mojo)

I agree with this view. And I would like to see Tycho 3.0 requiring Java 17 at runtime .
So I repeat my proposal - work on 3.0 branch for any such change now if needed although some of the deletions (e.g. pack200) can happen easily once 3.0 branch is merged in master. Which should happen after Tycho 2.x release based 2022-03, I can't say right now what fixes (if any!) will land in p2/ecj but I expect at least some PGP related changes and Probably Java-18 target support (but not producing Java 18 bytecode) being added by that time. These could happen to be critical for projects willing to go more the PGP way and/or just being able to build running Java 18 thus I consider them important for regular releases.

I think everything listed under milestone 3.0 is a breaking change,
maybe the fixSWT could be considered as non breaking) one.

Am 07.01.22 um 11:18 schrieb Mickael Istria:
> On Fri, Jan 7, 2022 at 11:16 AM Christoph Läubrich
> <laeubi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:laeubi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>     I can't remember the original bug that complained about missing support
>     for mixed-reactors but it must be > 4 years now, people can wait some
>     more for an official release (or help getting things done faster ...)
>     and using snapshots as well ;-)
> Maybe, but for PGP, the need is more immediate.
>     As long as the API == pom.xml
> I'm fine with having it the base for the definition of "breaking" and
> triggering a new major version.
> So we'd just need to bump major iff people need to tweak their consumer
> pom.xml files for their build to complete? If so, is any of the changes
> listed really requiring consumers to change their pom?
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