Should we shade/shadow the Antlr runtime in SQM?
The main compelling reason to do so is to isolate our usage, version wise,
from any versions used in environments SQM is deployed into. This is the
typical benefit of shading/shadowing.
The one drawback I can think of is that it stops SQM users from being able
to upgrade the Antlr version used themselves in the runtime. But honestly,
that is not necessarily a bad thing.
In short, as someone who generally just wants to author some content out
here it is extremely frustrating having to deal with the staging branches
in these 2 repos. Especially when I am trying to do a release. In fact,
authoring content for these 2 related to the release is now my #1
hurdle/roadblock when doing a release.
So when I am working on a release and need to "grab the latest content from
in.relation.to and hibernate.org and start adding my content" what are the
steps I am expected to take? Because every time I get stuck in a maze of
forced update merge conflicts.
As reported in the forum , the ORM 5.0.1 ZIP provided on
SourceForge was corrupted for some reason, it could not be opened.
I've replaced it with the version from BinTray which is valid (it also
is a some megs larger than the original SF version, so I guess
something went wrong during upload?). Re-downloading it, opening it
and verifying it's SHA1 were successful.
The TAR.GZ was fine both on SF and BinTray.
What version of the Eclipse checkstyle plug-in should I use? The latest
seems to have trouble using the current configuration due to
RedundantThrows was removed
Kind regards / Med Venlig Hilsen
The first stable version of Hibernate Search to be fully compatible
with Hibernate ORM 5.0.0.Final
is now available.
As usual, all details in the blog post:
I did a mistake during a release process and had to amend it by
forcing a push on the 5.4 branch.
I hope it doesn't affect any of you as I only overwrote some trivial
changes from the last couple of hours, but in case I apologise and if
you're in trouble with commits I'm happy to help.