[jdom-interest] JDOM2 BETA 2 Released - 0.0.2 - Leap Day - and future version numbering
jdom at tuis.net
Thu Mar 1 07:50:16 PST 2012
And there's the maven artifact:
I would appreciate it if people could think about the version numbers of
The situation is a little more complciated when you consider maven, but,
in essence, I think I would like to keep JDOM and JDOM2 as different
artifacts in maven. I don't want people with 'liberal' specifications for
maven artifacts to suddenly download JDOM2 in to their project if I add the
new JDOM2 version to the same jdom artifact.
So, the logical thing to do is create the jdom2 artifact, and put JDOM2
content in there. This is what I did with this BETA release.
But, should I call the upcoming JDOM2 release 'JDOM2 version 1.0.0' or
should I call it 'JDOM 2.0.0'
I think I will continue to 'isolate' the JDOM2 maven deployment as the
'jdom2' artifact, but even that is debatable.
Funny how such a small detail can be so complicated ... ;-)
I think I am 'tending' to want to release the JDOM2 release as jdom-2.0.0,
but I will do the maven deploy to the artifact 'jdom2'.
Does anyone have any suggestions, questions about this?
On Wed, 29 Feb 2012 23:21:01 -0500, Rolf Lear <jdom at tuis.net> wrote:
> Happy "Leap Day"
> JDOM2's second Beta release is available.
> Like previous releases, this is available for download from github.
> Specifically, the second beta release is:
> The Github Javadoc, JUnit, and Coverage pages have all been updated to
> match this new BETA release:
> A few things are different this time:
> - I have changed the 'naming' convention - now jdom2-0.0.2-BETA. This is
> to satisfy maven-central.
> - speaking of which, I am releasing this to the 'jdom2' artifact on
> maven-central. Expect the jdom2 artifact to arrive in a few hours
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