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From Rainer Jung <rainer.j...@kippdata.de>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Update our documentation building tool chain
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2018 13:54:59 GMT
Am 29.09.2018 um 09:03 schrieb Christophe JAILLET:
> Do we need to change something?
> ==============================
> [ ] this mail is too long, do whatever you want, I just want something 
> that works
> [ ] no. I can leave with the current tool chain
> [X] yes. Let clean some dust and update what is needed

> What version of XSLT is best for us?
> ===================================
> 
> [ ] 1.0 - this is what I'm used to, keep things stable
> [ ] 2.0
> [ ] 3.0 - the later the better, and/or the new functionalities rock!

Not qualified to answer.

> Should we change our XSLT engine?
> ================================
> [ ] No, I love Xalan and it is ASF. Just move to UTF-8 everywhere.
> [X] Yes and Saxon is a good candidate. The license of the Home Edition
>      is Mozilla Public License version 2.0.
> [ ] Yes and ______ should be used instead

> What is the oldest version of Java we should support?
> ====================================================
> [ ] 1.2 - what we claim now
> [ ] 1.3 - what is needed required by Xalan 1.7.1
> [ ] 1.4
> [ ] 5.0 - what is required by Saxon 9.6
> [ ] 6 - what is required by Saxon 9.7 and 9.8
> [ ] 7
> [X] 8 - what is required by the latest Saxon 9.9
> [ ] 9
> [ ] 10
> [ ] 11

> Depending of the minimum Java requirement consensus, we could also 
> wonder if:
>     - we still need jakarta-oro Regex parser (ASF, but retired since 
> 2010-09-01). Regex in Java are considered stable since a long time now
>       [ ] keep it
>       [X] Axe it

If possible.

>     - we need to upgrade Ant. (Latest is 1.10.5. Ant 1.9.*: JDK 1.5+, 
> Ant 1.8.*: JDK 1.4+, Ant 1.7.*: JDK 1.3+, Ant 1.6.*: JDK 1.2+)
>       [ ] keep 1.6.5, we don't need to change
>       [ ] 1.9.x, recent enough, still maintained, but not the latest. 
> Should be the more stable
>       [ ] 1.10.x, the later the better, and/or the new functionalities 
> rock!

1.9 or 1.10 would be OK for me.

Regards,

Rainer


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