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From Gintautas Grigelionis <>
Subject Re: Ivy upcoming release - where we stand
Date Mon, 11 Sep 2017 19:45:03 GMT
I'd like to have included in
the upcoming release.

There were few opinions about using SVG graphics, so I'm not sure whether
the proposals could just simply be merged. It would be nice to refresh the
site for the 10th anniversary of graduation from the incubator, though.

Finally, there is a contentious issue of API change regarding the use of
generics. Arrays of generics is a no-no in Java [1]. Thus, the method in
question should be deprecated. IMHO, the suggested mitigation by providing
a default implementation of the new method in terms of the old one in the
abstract class is sufficient for the use cases found in the wild.



2017-09-11 17:05 GMT+02:00 Jaikiran Pai <>:

> It's been a while since we have decided to revive the Ivy project and work
> towards a usable release. Since then, we have fixed a good number of bugs,
> added some enhancements and updated the documentation (we also switched to
> asciidoc based docs internally). When we started this, the goal was to
> reach a certain state where we can do a release. At this point, IMO, we are
> _almost_ there to do the release. I say almost because, there's one
> specific bug that I want to be fixed in this release -
> There's been a discussion
> about what it involves and why it isn't an easy fix in this mailing list
> before. I have been working on it and as was expected, it's a bit complex
> and since it touches a critical part of the code, I don't want to rush it.
> The past few weeks, I have been shifting between this issue and fixing
> certain other issues that have been reported in JIRA. But at this point, I
> plan to just focus on this single issue (and one minor task involving
> reviewing the tutorial docs), before I personally consider things done for
> this release.
> -Jaikiran
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