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26.11.2013 20:00, puntogil at libero.it пишет:
> Il 26/11/2013 16:42, Pavel Alexeev ha scritto:
>> 26.11.2013 15:06, puntogil at libero.it wrote:
>>> Il 26/11/2013 11:34, Pavel Alexeev ha scritto:
>>>> 25.11.2013 22:45, Mikolaj Izdebski wrote:
>>>>> W dniu 25.11.2013 18:16, Pavel Alexeev pisze:
>>>>>> How groovy will be in Fedora? Is it mean it also will be retired soon?
>>>>> No, there are no plans of retiring groovy. (Groovy can be either with
>>>>> Ant or Gradle. Fedora uses the first option.)
>>>> Thanks, Mikolaj.
>>>> But IIRC groovy >= 2.0 switched to gradle build only?
>>>> Have not you
>>>> either plans to update it?
>>> dont forget this problem
>>> groovy-all 1.8.x asm3
>>> groovy-all 2.x asm4
>>> gradle use groovy-all 1.8.x ( with asm3) and asm4
>> Then we have circle?
>> That problem what you discussing before (pointed in
>> mail list previously)?
> yes, but if you do the same type of question the answer is always the same
>> So, no chance update both without exception use
>> binary bundled version or fully maintain alternative build system
> what would change? ... own nothing ...
> gradle, use at runtime those libraries, and don't work with our ...
Ok, sorry for the stupid questions. May be it because I can't believe in it.
One more question. Did you see how other distributions handle it?
Debian have groovy 2.1.0 (
http://packages.debian.org/experimental/groovy ) and gradle 1.4 (
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