GitHub user aanno opened a pull request:

    FOP-2733: remove avalon

    I removed avalon (a project that is dead for over a decade now) from the 
code base. For this to happen, I've written a clean-room (i.e. I didn't looked 
at the avalon code) implementation of the few bits of avalon that are still in 
use by FOP. After that I fixed the tests.
    Apart from some minor stuff that is only used for testing, the main thing 
of avalon that was still in use was the Configuration stuff.
    I also renamed the packages name of the (now embeded) avalon stuff like 
    * `org.apache.avalon.framework.configuration` moved to 
    * `org.apache.avalon.framework.activity` moved to `org.apache.fop.activity`
    * `org.apache.avalon.framework.container`also moved to 
    This rename is completely optional, i.e. if there are concerns against it, 
I will update my change request and keep the original package names.
    I would be glad if you could consider my patch for merge into the `trunk` 
    Kind regards,

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    This closes #43
commit 6ea0e7f79e4f5fd4056c727bd786db53b61b5ffd
Author: Thomas Pasch <thomas.pasch@...>
Date:   2019-01-08T18:30:52Z

    FOP-2733: remove avalon

commit abf5af144477c7d6975e9ce74d6a8bb0743fb7c7
Author: Thomas Pasch <thomas.pasch@...>
Date:   2019-01-08T19:12:59Z




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