I've just updated Maven in rawhide (Fedora 26) to latest upstream
snapshot (3.4.0). Please let me know if it causes any problems.
I'm not planning to update Maven in older Fedora versions.
Current list of changes (bugfixes, new features) can be found at Apache
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Our packages are now supporting enunciate 2,
so just wondering should I go ahead to upgrade to enunciate2
or I create a new package call enunciate2?
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I'd like to announce that upstream of javapackages and XMvn projects has
been moved from fedorahosted (which is being decommissioned) to github
under new organization "fedora-java" which is owned by me and mizdebsk.
Both projects are also mirrored on pagure (they already were). Previous
github mirrors under mizdebsk namespace are now obsolete.
Pull requests are welcome on both github and pagure. You can also
contribute by sending patches directly to one of us or attaching them to
I plan to update javacc in rawhide to version 6.1.2. The update won't
have any effect on binary RPMs that were already built with old javacc,
but may (and likely will) cause build failures of depending packages
that rely on details of the generated classes (I've seen some packages
even postprocess generated code with regexes).
List of packages that buildrequire javacc:
Packages which buildrequire javacc-maven-plugin:
I'll do the update on Friday if there are no objections.