On further investigation, the compatibility changes that require
attention are made in javamail 1.6.3 and later, see:
The maven coordinates are changed, generally javax -> jakarta. This
also affects the osgi provides.
On Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 5:54 AM Mat Booth <fedora(a)matbooth.co.uk> wrote:
On Wed, 1 Jul 2020 at 15:05, Fabio Valentini <decathorpe(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 4:06 PM Jie Kang <jkang(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > javamail ursine is using version 1.5.2 while there are some module
> > streams at 1.6.x
> > The upstream project also moved to the eclipse foundation and these
> > 1.6.x releases have different exports for OSGi, making an update to
> > them potentially breaking for users.
> > I'd like to update ursine to 1.6.x, but I understand packages
> > depending on them should be notified or some such. However I realized
> > I don't know what commands to run to get a list of such and then where
> > to send it. Could anyone advise?
> > Also, upstream repo was renamed: https://github.com/eclipse-ee4j/mail
> > so maybe a new package 'mail' can be introduced to use it? Any
> > thoughts there?
> I use this command to check for dependent packages:
> $ dnf --repo rawhide --repo rawhide-source --releasever rawhide
> repoquery --whatrequires javamail
> Which is enough, since there are no other subpackages except -javadoc.
> The command yielded (on July 1):
> So the list of affected packages seems to be:
> - ant (Stewardship / Java SIG will deal with this)
> - bouncycastle (?)
Bouncycastle is me (it is a dep of jgit). From reading the javamail "compat"
it looks like I probably will
need to take no action at all.
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