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From Christopher Lenz <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] HttpClient HEAD dependencies
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2004 14:04:08 GMT
Hi Oleg,

either you forgot to attach the patch, or it was stripped. Can you try 

FYI, every Apache committer has karma on jakarta-gump, so you can also 
commit the changes yourself. Just make sure that you can run a [1] without having it spit out errors in the first couple of 
phases. That will verify that there's nothing wrong syntactically etc.


Christopher Lenz
/=/ cmlenz at

Am 06.01.2004 um 13:50 schrieb

> Hi there,
> In the past HttpClient project has been often called Gump unfriendly. 
> Having
> a little bit of spare time on my hands and intent on changing this 
> perception
> I would like to consult with you, guys, before we introduce a new 
> dependency
> for the development (post 2.0) version of HttpClient and upset quite a 
> few
> folks by causing Gump breakage. As of next version HttpClient will be 
> dependent
> on Commons-Codec. I am about to commit a patch that uses Commons-Codec 
> classes
> to the CVS HEAD. Thus I am kindly asking you to update Gump project 
> definitions
> in order to avoid unnecessary Gump nightly builds breakage and to 
> prevent
> a new wave of condemnations for Gump unfriendliness.
> I would also like to have log4j dependency removed (for both 2.0 and 
> HEAD),
> as in fact HttpClient no longer requires this library.
> I attach a patch which _may_ already provide necessary changes to the 
> project
> definitions. However, being fundamentally Gump illiterate I am not 
> sure if
> the patch is sufficient or correct at all.
> If there's anything else you would like us to do to make HttpClient 
> play
> with Gump better, just let me know
> Cheers
> Oleg
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