On Oct 13, 2016 3:20 PM, "Benedikt Ritter" <brit...@apache.org> wrote:
> finally I found the time to prepare Apache Commons Lang 3.5 RC2 :-)
> We could not release RC1, because I messed up the release archives. They
> contained some snapshot artifacts. This has been fixed in RC2. Furthermore
> LANG-1275 has been incorporated.
> Lang 3.5 RC2 is available for review here:
> https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/commons/lang/LANG_3_5_RC2 (svn
> revision 16505)
> Tag name:
> LANG_3_5_RC2 (signature can be checked from git using 'git tag -v')
> Tag URL:
> Commit ID the tag points at:
> Maven artifacts are here:
> These are the Maven artifacts and their hashes:
> (SHA1: 337310e98410d577aca675930bb46405a0a8fb0c)
> (SHA1: f7d878153e86a1cdddf6b37850e00a9f8bff726f)
> (SHA1: dfb8a086a03cc9499cff808733fac667f5f50688)
> (SHA1: 8ca309192f104265c67a1570245ae827a8650af9)
> (SHA1: 6c6c702c89bfff3cd9e80b04d668c5e190d588c6)
> (SHA1: 08b969f02dfa03fa493fd6eba4cb9dcceea5aefd)
> I've tested with JDK 1.6 using Maven 3.2.5 and Java 7, 8 and Java 9 EA
> using Maven 3.2.5.
> Note that there are some problems when building on Java 9. We're currently
> investigating this, see https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LANG-1265
> To build on Java 9 you need to explicitly set the local provide to JRE:
> mvn -Djava.locale.providers=JRE clean test
> Details of changes since 3.4 are in the release notes:
> Clirr Report (compared to 3.4):
> (sorry, I messed up the site build and had to add the Clirr report
> Note that Clirr reports several errors due to additions in the interface
> These are considered okay, since the DatePrinter interface is not meant to
> be implemented by clients. This change is documented in the release notes.
> RAT report:
> Please review the release candidate and vote.
> This vote will close no sooner than 72 hours from now,
> i.e. sometime after 22:30 UTC+2 16-October 2016.
> [ ] +1 Release these artifacts
> [ ] +0 Okay, but...
> [ ] -0 Okay, but really should fix...
> [ ] -1 I oppose this release because...
Hashes and signatures are good. Notices in place. Built with Oracle JDKs 6,
7 and 8. Site builds successfully. I did note some test failures on an
older version of Java 8 which cleared up with an update so I don't consider
these blocking. Ran japicmp which looks okay as well.
> Thank you,