As you probably already know, Jenkins will be in official repositories
of upcoming Fedora 21. If you're interested in it, please consider
participating in today's Jenkins test day.
All necessary information should be available on wiki:
I am looking forward to seeing your bug reports. Thanks in advance.
I need to give up maintaining pdfbox. Hopefully someone else will pick
it up. Dependent packages are:
# repoquery --whatrequires pdfbox --source | sort -u
Let me know if you want to take it.
It currently FTBFS, but some patches have been posted:
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What's new in javapackages-tools 4.2.0:
* support for python 3
* python 2 is still supported as well, but javapackages-tools in
Fedora will now run on python 3
* there is a new subpackage "python3-javapackages"
* OSGi req. generator now generates versioned Requires on subpackages
* OSGi req. generator can omit generating Requires on bundles in same
package, if metadata file contains necessary information
* performance improvements in RPM req./prov. generators
* new "-D" option for %mvn_artifact macro for adding artifact properties
to metadata file
* see "man mvn_artifact" for more information
* new macro %pom_xpath_disable (thanks Michael Simacek)
* see "man pom_xpath_disable" for more information
What's new in XMvn 2.1.0
XMvn 2.1.0 was released on 2014-09-04. Most important changes
* Minor features
* Metadada format improvement
<<<requestedVersion>>> field in artifact metadada was made
optional with default value of "SYSTEM".
* Temp file cleanup
Upon JVM termination XMvn will now remove more temporary files
to conserve disk space.
* Eclipse plugin detection
XMvn 2.1.0 will refuse to install Eclipse plugins if XMvn P2
plugin is not installed. (This plugin is shipped as a part of
* Javadoc report location capture
Now XMvn will properly detect exact location where Maven Javadoc
Plugin saves generated API documentation to allow other tools to
refer to this location.
* Compiler options capture
During build XMvn now captures compiler source and target used
to build each module. These values can be later used by other
tools to generate dependencies on particular Java version.
* Minor bugfixes
* Merge dependencies when merging metapackages
This release of XMvn fixes a bug which prevented artifact
dependencies to be merged in package metadata, which could
result in incomplete package requires.
* Fix crashes during artifact installation
XMvn 2.1.0 fixes some crashes during artifact installation.