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Subject [GitHub] [maven-javadoc-plugin] anthonyvdotbe opened a new pull request #50: [MJAVADOC-623] - Provide a fallback for api-element-list
Date Sat, 25 Jul 2020 17:48:17 GMT

anthonyvdotbe opened a new pull request #50:

   This allows to build with a JDK for which the plugin does not contain a `java-api-element-list-XX`
file yet.
   ## what
   When building with a JDK version XX, for which the plugin does not contain a `java-api-element-list-XX`
file yet, the plugin falls back to the most recent `api-element-list` file that is available.
   ## how
   By starting at XX, and decrementing the version as needed until a `java-api-element-list-XX`
file is found.
   ## why
   Otherwise [this `if` statement](
is false, no `api-element-list` file is copied, the error from [MJAVADOC-623](
occurs, and the Javadoc doesn't contain any links.
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