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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Guava versions in Oxygen

Hello

 

I’m not clear which version of Guava to use for our project (Trace Compass).

I planned to switch to Guava v21 for M7 this Wednesday.

 

I will do so unless instructed otherwise. Please let me know if I should stay at version 15.

 

Best Regards

Bernd

 

 

From: cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Wayne Beaton
Sent: May-10-17 11:59 AM
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Subject: Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Guava versions in Oxygen

 

Sam's interpretation is technically correct, but we don't do that in practice.

You only need a PB for third party content that you redistribute.

We've made some progress on eliminating PBs (at least in the OSGi context), but we're not there yet.

Wayne

 

On 08/05/17 03:34 PM, Ed Merks wrote:

No, my reading is that you need a PB CQ for what you redistribute.  Of course the need for a PB CQ is questionably stupid at best in the first place and I've offered to automate the whole process of tracking such dependencies.   But alas, to no avail...

 

On 08.05.2017 20:58, Sam Davis wrote:

Whether you need a PB is debateable. My reading of the words is that you need a PB for anything any configuration might use.

 

I hope that is not the correct reading because it would imply that if you have open version ranges you need a PB for every version that will ever be released in the future, since it *could* someday be used. This is of course not possible...

Sam




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