On Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 04:10:25PM +0200, Emmanuel Bourg wrote:
> I compared the dgminfo files from groovy-all.jar in stable and unstable,
> in unstable the 0x0D bytes have been replaced by 0x0A. It looks like the
> file was erroneously processed as a text file and the line terminators
> were transformed.
> I fail to see what change in jarjar 1.4 caused this though.

Thanks for the info Emmanuel. I'm also trying to review the changes
and see if/how I can make jarjar function like it did 1.1 for groovy.

I thought I could work around this in gradle by using groovy jar
instead of groovy-all one but this doesn't work because that tool depends
closely on -all.jar.

Miguel Landaeta, nomadium at debian.org
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