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From Gary Gregory <>
Subject Re: Expecting BCEL6.0 release for 3 months.
Date Sun, 29 Dec 2013 05:35:27 GMT
I plan on taking a look over bel soon. The Clirr report hints at a package change.  Thoughts?


-------- Original message --------
From: Torsten Curdt <> 
Date:12/28/2013  18:35  (GMT-05:00) 
To: Commons Developers List <> 
Cc: Barry Zhong <> 
Subject: Re: Expecting BCEL6.0 release for 3 months. 

If there are people happy with the snapshot - maybe we should do the
The release was but on hold ages ago because there was no testing feedback.
Not sure what the state is terms of open tickets.


On Wed, Dec 25, 2013 at 7:33 PM, Gary Gregory <>wrote:

> We do not have a release schedule. We are all volunteers with limited
> time. Your work and patience is appreciated. Stay tuned to the making list
> for activity. Feel free to give us gentle reminders from time to time ;)
> Gary
> -------- Original message --------
> From: Barry Zhong
> Date:12/25/2013 12:00 (GMT-05:00)
> To:
> Subject: Expecting BCEL6.0 release for 3 months.
> Hey BCEL Genius Team,
> It is my great honor writing to you guys.
> I’m Barry, and I’m an small open source project owner. We developed
> another AOP library to describe a reactive object and its relation’s
> Lifecycle and constraints, and to perform Relational Lifecycle constraints
> validations, Lifecycle callbacks and event propagation with a meta-driven
> style. The project can be found at
> Until we read a great article from IBMDeveloperWorks, then we decided to
> build all those stuff on top of BCEL 6.0 SNAPSHOT with its annotation API.
> Because both BCEL and Javassist has great performance, and we prefer BCEL’s
> API style, we do want to understand more about Java Class File Format and
> JVM instructions. We had passed all tests 2 months ago, and we were ready
> to release it to Maven Central while we found BCEL 6.0 is not released for
> a long time.
> We are expecting BCEL 6.0 Release urgently. May I have the schedule and
> then I would encourage my team that they did a great and valuable job with
> BCEL 6.0, and what we are doing is going to on Maven Central?
> Merry Christmas,
> Barry
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