[jdom-interest] How can i Use different versions of the same
java library in the same project??
hoppe at sitewaerts.de
Wed Jan 30 08:44:44 PST 2002
I see three options:
- the vendor moves to a current jdom beta.
- the vendor moves it's old jdom library to a different package
(com.vendor.jdom.xxx instead of org.jdom.xxx), don't know if the license
allows this, but that's what e.g. BEA does with the Apache packages to
prevent this kind of problems.
- Depending on your setup you might be able to have both versions in
different partitions of your classloader. This solution might not be
possible in a lot of setups and could be quite error-prone.
Regards from Germany,
From: Pedro [mailto:ppalomo at hotpop.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2002 1:38 PM
Subject: [jdom-interest] How can i Use different versions of the same java
library in the same project??
Hi friends¡¡¡ My company had bought a library that use the XML library
JDOM(beta5) and now i'm programming too with the JDOM library(beta7). I need
to use the two libraries in the same project. How can i use two versions of
the same library(jdomb5.jar(77K),jdomb7.jar(103K) in the same project?? I
had tried to include the two versions in the classpath and i have
Conflicts...i had to quit one version from the classpath to run my
applications. Thanks...I hope you understand my English. Regards from Spain.
Tel: +49 (721) 920 918 0
Fax: +49 (721) 920 918 29
More information about the jdom-interest