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From Joe Littlejohn <>
Subject Re: [jci] Can someone please make a 1.1 release?
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2011 10:33:21 GMT
So Torsten, would a new release from trunk be possible?


On 12 February 2011 23:47, Joe Littlejohn <> wrote:
> Hi Torsten,
> I have built the trunk and installed a 1.1-SNAPSHOT to my local
> repository - this solves the problem so I really just need what's in
> trunk to be available in a release. As an aside, I was having some
> unit test failures during the JCI build so I had to run with
> -DskipTests=true.
> I don't have any particular preference for using the javac compiler,
> I'm happy to use the eclipse. In 1.0, however, the eclipse compiler
> arguments are overwritten and there's no way to extend the JCI types
> to stop this happening as far as I can tell due to the access
> modifiers on the relevant classes & methods. If you could make a 1.1
> release (or 1.0.1) I think this would make what's there much more
> useful (even if there are no more releases in future).
> In terms of contribution... what do you need? If you point me in the
> direction of some tasks I'd be happy to take a look. Just don't ask me
> to implement the JSR-199 based compiler for JCI - I've wrestled with
> that API a couple of times now and lost :D
> Joe
> On 11 February 2011 23:00, Torsten Curdt <> wrote:
>> Hey Joe,
>>> I've been trying to use the commons-jci project (both the javac and
>>> eclipse compilers) but I've hit many bugs that I just can't work
>>> around. I know the trunk contains some relevant fixes, but there is no
>>> SNAPSHOT build in the apache snapshots repo.
>> So you built trunk and it works for you?
>> The javac compiler is quite a hack and should probably be deprecated.
>> IIRC it also does not work with newer JDKs.
>> For that it would be so great to get the jsr199 compiler working.
>>> - Could someone kick off a 1.1 release of JCI to get the latest
>>> changes into a release version?
>> I'll try to help.
>>> - Also, is this project dead? (would be a shame since in form and
>>> function it's a lot nicer than JSR-199)
>> Thanks :)
>> Well, it didn't get much traction which is why not much has happened.
>> I think it still has some rough edges ...and haven't had a chance to
>> spend more time myself.
>> Contributions are much welcome!
>> cheers,
>> Torsten
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