ddlutils fails to build in Gump because of coomons-lang changes

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ddlutils fails to build in Gump because of coomons-lang changes

Stefan Bodewig
Dear ddlutils developers,

currently the ddlutils build in Gump fails because commons-lang's
trunk has been moved to require Java5 and has now dropped support for
things that have become redundant, most notably NestableException and
the enum package.

ddlutils uses NestableRuntimeException and thus fails now.

The question is whether you want to adapt to commons-lang changes
(there may be good reasons not to) or not.  If you want to stick with
commons-lang 2.x, all that we'd need to do is to change the dependency
on commons-lang into one on commons-lang-2.x in your Gump descriptor
(which is here:
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/gump/metadata/project/db-ddlutils.xml)
which every ASF committer can change.  Or you tell us to change it.

Cheers

        Stefan

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Re: ddlutils fails to build in Gump because of coomons-lang changes

Thomas Dudziak
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 5:14 AM, Stefan Bodewig <[hidden email]> wrote:

> currently the ddlutils build in Gump fails because commons-lang's
> trunk has been moved to require Java5 and has now dropped support for
> things that have become redundant, most notably NestableException and
> the enum package.
>
> ddlutils uses NestableRuntimeException and thus fails now.
>
> The question is whether you want to adapt to commons-lang changes
> (there may be good reasons not to) or not.  If you want to stick with
> commons-lang 2.x, all that we'd need to do is to change the dependency
> on commons-lang into one on commons-lang-2.x in your Gump descriptor
> (which is here:
> http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/gump/metadata/project/db-ddlutils.xml)
> which every ASF committer can change.  Or you tell us to change it.

Thanks Stefan,

I've changed it accordingly, and hoepfully DdlUtils will no longer
fail to build.

cheers,
Tom