Dear Torque developers,

currently the torque-gen build in Gump fails because commons-lang's
trunk has been moved to require Java5 and has now dropped support for
things that have become redundant, most notably NestableException and
the enum package.

torque-gen uses NestableException and the enum package and thus fails

The question is whether you want to adapt to commons-lang changes
(there may be good reasons not to) or not.  If you want to stick with
commons-lang 2.x, all that we'd need to do is to change the dependency
on commons-lang into one on commons-lang-2.x in your Gump descriptor
(which is here:
which every ASF committer can change.  Or you tell us to change it.



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