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[lang3] Problem with the OSGi metadata: Bundle-SymbolicName / breaking change between 3.7 and 3.8
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P. Ottlinger
2018-09-06 18:49:11 UTC
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Hi,

I've just stumbled upon a problem that prevents me from updating from
3.7 to 3.8 in an OSGi context.

Although the release has just been a patch one, the bundle's symbolic
name changed
from "Bundle-SymbolicName org.apache.commons.lang3" in 3.7.0
to "Bundle-SymbolicName org.apache.commons.commons-lang3" in 3.8.0.

That makes it impossible to do a drop-in update, as it is a breaking change.

Is that change an error in 3.8.0 or a wanted one that could be
communicated more directly to downstream users?

May I file a bugticket in the LANG-Jira for it? I assume there has been
a hickup when building the OSGi release JAR and the change was not intended.

Thanks,
Phil

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Oliver Heger
2018-09-06 19:24:43 UTC
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Hi Phil,

as you already assume, this change in the OSGi meta data was caused by
changes in the build process and not intended.

So opening a ticket in Jira would be the correct action to take.

Thank you for reporting!
Oliver
Post by P. Ottlinger
Hi,
I've just stumbled upon a problem that prevents me from updating from
3.7 to 3.8 in an OSGi context.
Although the release has just been a patch one, the bundle's symbolic
name changed
from "Bundle-SymbolicName org.apache.commons.lang3" in 3.7.0
to "Bundle-SymbolicName org.apache.commons.commons-lang3" in 3.8.0.
That makes it impossible to do a drop-in update, as it is a breaking change.
Is that change an error in 3.8.0 or a wanted one that could be
communicated more directly to downstream users?
May I file a bugticket in the LANG-Jira for it? I assume there has been
a hickup when building the OSGi release JAR and the change was not intended.
Thanks,
Phil
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P. Ottlinger
2018-09-06 19:34:57 UTC
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Hi,

thanks for quick response ...
Post by Oliver Heger
So opening a ticket in Jira would be the correct action to take.
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LANG-1419

Done :-) Hopefully I didn't miss any important stuff in Jira.

Cheers,
Phil

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