Le 11/02/2014 05:16, tony mancill a écrit :
> Instead of Built-Using or updating debian/copyright, it seems preferable
> to refactor the source to use the actual libasm3-java JAR, although I
> haven't yet looked into how much effort that will require.
Please don't depend on asm3 at runtime. jarjar is used to relocate the
asm classes under a different package. This is necessary to avoid
classpath conflicts between different versions of asm.
I noticed that the cglib.jar distributed upstream contains the asm
license, but the license is missing from the jar in the Debian package
(this is true for libcglib-java and libcglib3-java). This should be fixed.
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