Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Taher Alkhateeb
It's okay whatever folks decide, but I think it would be nice if we can upgrade Java for a new branch. On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at 12:05 PM Nicolas Malin wrote: > > Four days before the end of year :) > > If no opposition, I will create it tomorrow > > Nicolas > > On 19/12/2018 11:44, Deepak Dixit

Re: [SUGGESTION] Common .derived file and AutoDeriv Eclipse plugin

2018-12-27 Thread Jacques Le Roux
Hi Girish, Yes I'm aware of point 1 :) Your point 2 is an interesting trick. With Autoderiv I can hide more than the build dir. Notably some dirs in runtime (not all of theml), w/o limitation actually. For instance, here is the content of my .derived file. I can add or remove as I need.

Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Jacques Le Roux
Yes I thought about that too, would not be a problem for me Jacques Le 27/12/2018 à 11:35, Deepak Dixit a écrit : We can create a branch and can backport java upgrade changes to 18.12 as well. Thanks & Regards -- Deepak Dixit On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at 3:21 PM Taher Alkhateeb wrote: It's

Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Taher Alkhateeb
yeah I guess that would work too if it is okay to push a big change into that branch On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at 1:44 PM Deepak Dixit wrote: > > We can create a branch and can backport java upgrade changes to 18.12 as > well. > Thanks & Regards > -- > Deepak Dixit > > > > On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at

Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Jacques Le Roux
That's something that must be put in the balance indeed. No problems if we create a 19.01 or later branch for me... Jacques Le 27/12/2018 à 10:50, Taher Alkhateeb a écrit : It's okay whatever folks decide, but I think it would be nice if we can upgrade Java for a new branch. On Thu, Dec 27,

Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Deepak Dixit
We can create a branch and can backport java upgrade changes to 18.12 as well. Thanks & Regards -- Deepak Dixit On Thu, Dec 27, 2018 at 3:21 PM Taher Alkhateeb wrote: > It's okay whatever folks decide, but I think it would be nice if we > can upgrade Java for a new branch. > > On Thu, Dec 27,

Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Nicolas Malin
Four days before the end of year :) If no opposition, I will create it tomorrow Nicolas On 19/12/2018 11:44, Deepak Dixit wrote: I agree, We should create the next release (18.12) for framework and plugins. I'll check for issues, and if found will share here. Thanks & Regards -- Deepak Dixit

Re: [SUGGESTION] Common .derived file and AutoDeriv Eclipse plugin

2018-12-27 Thread Girish Vasmatkar
Hi Jacques Following two settings help me not facing the issue you're facing. I, too, ran into this issue when I initially set up OFBiz on eclipse. 1. Uncheck Show Derived Resources when you do CTRL+Shift+R, such that only Show Status Line is checked. I am sure you have it correctly, but

Re: [Discussion] Upgrading OFBiz to work with Java 11

2018-12-27 Thread Mathieu Lirzin
Hello, Taher Alkhateeb writes: > Now that we upgraded Gradle, I think we should consider moving to the > new LTS (JDK 11)? I tried to upgrade to java 11 and got lots of > issues. Some deprecated packages are removed and others changed > signature. I got 2 errors and about 53 warnings for things

Re: Planning for the creation of new 18.12 branches

2018-12-27 Thread Michael Brohl
Yes, that would be a solution. I'm also fine if we would do a 19.x branch. For the future, we could aim to have a release more towards the middle of the year to avoid last-minute branching between Christmas and New Year ;-) The above would fit perfectly with this plan: 1. create an 18.12

Re: [Discussion] Upgrading OFBiz to work with Java 11

2018-12-27 Thread Deepak Dixit
I tried to run ofbiz with JDK 11, with following entry in build.gradle I am able to build and run ofbiz. runtime 'javax.xml.soap:javax.xml.soap-api:1.4.0' There are around 75 warnings (framework + plugins) Thanks & Regards -- Deepak Dixit On Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 10:48 AM Girish