[hibernate-dev] Removing dom4j?
coladict at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 17:29:06 EST 2018
The woodstox dependency is incompatible with the rest of the XML API due to
a bug in the JDK that is otherwise hidden in all cases in the default
Specifically it's implementation of EndElement brings that bug to the
tries to typecast a Namespace to String.
In the default implementation, that Namespace iterator is always empty, so
it never reaches that line.
Though that does make me wonder why the Document after being read is
scanned again as a DOMSource and then converted back to a Document object.
Might be a better way to pass it on altogether. Makes me wish I had noticed
the deprecation note on org.hibernate.boot.MetadataSources.addDocument(
On 16 February 2018 at 23:33, Sanne Grinovero <sanne at hibernate.org> wrote:
> Hi Jordan,
> I think it would be great to remove it. Especially recently we've
> started exploring what it would take to convert all jars into proper
> Jigsaw modules, and a requirement is that all dependencies need to be
> converted as well; this is obviously more problematic for such old
> libraries so it would be best to remove it or find a good replacement.
> I'd suggest to work on the master branch though, we wouldn't want to
> apply this on the 5.2 branch which is now in maintenance mode.
> What do you mean with "shiv-libraries" ?
> On 16 February 2018 at 21:11, Jordan Gigov <coladict at gmail.com> wrote:
> > So, the library has not seen a bugfix in over 10 years, and it lists the
> > wrong version for it's xml-apis dependency.
> > There are some notes in comments about eventually removing it, and I
> > thought I'd give it a try on the 5.2 branch.
> > I had to remove two shiv-libraries you had added to work around problems
> > you probably encountered prior to JDK6.
> > I've narrowed it down to 11 failing tests (5 distinct exceptions) when
> > using the default XML APIs provided with JDK8.
> > Is there any interest in this?
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