Hi guys

> On 21 May 2015, at 20:00, Glenn Adams <gl...@skynav.com> wrote:
> I would prefer no findbugs warnings going into the release. I'm finding
> more and more commercial uses of code have policies that require no
> findbugs warnings. You can simply add entries to the findbugs-exclude.xml
> file to disable the warnings for the release.

I agree with this preference. Adding entries to the exclusion file is OK, but 
at least, the assessment should be made whether they can/should be fixed right 

BTW - Not sure why some people are still reluctant to use it... It is really 
only a tiny effort to install that plugin in your IDE of choice. Granted, you 
will likely get a newer version than 2.0.3, which produces even more warnings 
--3.0.1 produces 167 on unmodified FOP trunk.

If everyone had committed to using it in the past, there would not be 143 
warnings to address right before the release...

@Simon - 
To relieve you of some of the burden, I am definitely willing to assist with 
combing through those. How do I proceed? Do I commit related changes directly 
to trunk, so that you can merge them into the branch later?



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