In the process of unorphaning resteasy, I picked up several other
packages necessary to keep it alive. After trimming resteasy
down, I was left with the following packages.
- classmate (cc: lef)
- cli-parser (cc: lef)
- jackson-dataformat-xml (cc: lef, dchen)
- jandex-maven-plugin (cc: lef)
- java-oauth (cc: lef)
- jboss-connector-1.6-api (cc: lef, gil)
- jboss-jaspi-1.1-api (cc: lef)
- jersey (cc: dchen, gwei3)
- mimepull (cc: lef, java-sig)
- mustache-java (cc: dchen, lef, mizdebsk)
- netty3 (cc: lef, jerboaa)
- picketbox (cc: lef, gil)
- picketbox-commons (cc: lef, gil)
- picketbox-xacml (cc: lef, gil)
- rxjava (cc: rfenkhuber)
I intend to orphan them all on Friday unless someone else
wants these packages.
On Tue, 2019-10-29 at 09:39 +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> > > However, you can also download releases from the AdoptOpenJDK
> > > site. Note, those downloads are built by Red Hat's OpenJDK team so you
> > > can rely on them being up to date with all the latest security patches
> > > and critical fixes.
> > One clarification. Not *all* builds available at AdoptOpenJDK are being
> > built by Red Hat's OpenJDK team. The builds in question done by us are
> > these specifically:
> > https://adoptopenjdk.net/upstream.html
> > Other builds available via the widgets on the landing page are being
> > built on AdoptOpenJDK infra from upstream sources (which they mirror)
> > and some additional (optional) patches on top.
> Are the builds in Fedora based on the builds @ AdoptOpenJDK, is there
> a connection etc?
No connection whatsoever. Fedora builds are different. Sorry if my
email sounded like as if they were. OpenJDK Project Builds are for
upstream benefit only.
Currently default Java runtime in Fedora is OpenJDK 8. This is not the
latest OpenJDK packaged, but still remains system-default version.
Because of that Apache Maven and Apache Ant in Fedora are built using
OpenJDK 8 and run on OpenJDK 8.
I am planning to switch Maven 3.6 and Ant 1.10 modules to build with
and run on OpenJDK 11, which is the latest LTS release of OpenJDK.
This also means that future streams of javapackages-tools module will
default to use OpenJDK 11 for building packages. Please let me know if
you have any concerns.