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[dev] Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] 'ODF Toolkit 1.0.0 BETA' & 'ODF Toolkit 0.9.0 Release Candidate'


hi Svante,

On 06.10.19 22:35, Svante Schubert wrote:
Hi all,

The ODF Toolkit team is pleased to announce the first beta of ODF Toolkit 1.0.0 (using >=JDK 9) and also a release candidate of ODF Toolkit 0.9.0 (using JDK 8).

CHANGES.txt says 1.0.0 will require JDK 11, not JDK 9 - which is it?

A preliminary list of changes is available in our release notes [1] <https://tdf.github.io/odftoolkit/docs/odfdom/ReleaseNotes.html>.

okay... i'm thinking "JDK 8 support" is a bit of an euphemism and it's more that it's required to build?

... but what i find a bit confusing, the ODFDOM component of the toolkit has its own release notes page - which wasn't maintained during the ASF period of the project - whereas the other components don't, and there's no overarching Toolkit release notes page.

okay now i found CHANGES.txt, which is linked from the download page... i've added the issues that were fixed in this release to it.

this is based on the following ASF JIRA query and lots of manual review because most issues dont have the Fix Version field set:

https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ODFTOOLKIT-232?filter=-5&jql=project%20%3D%20ODFTOOLKIT%20AND%20resolution%20in%20(Fixed%2C%20Implemented%2C%20Done%2C%20%22Auto%20Closed%22%2C%20%22Pending%20Closed%22%2C%20Resolved%2C%20Workaround%2C%20Staged%2C%20Delivered)%20AND%20fixVersion%20in%20(EMPTY%2C%200.7-incubating)%20order%20by%20priority%20DESC%2Cupdated%20DESC

for github issues, i notice there aren't even versions anywhere, so not sure what to do i added a "milestone" "0.9" to the 3 issues that look to be fixed. is this the best way or would it be better to have a label for each version? can you have more than 1 "milestone" per issue?

are we going to have a release branch for 0.9?

anyway see commit 4f8b7572a3cdddaad697fe4666bdab260319b9d7

All new ODF Toolkit components (with their binary, source and JavaDoc bundles) are available in the central Maven repository under Group ID "org.apache.odftoolkit" and Version "1.0.0-BETA1" and "0.9.0-RC1" and are referenced by the README [2] <https://tdf.github.io/odftoolkit/#release-candidate>.

i don't see a tag for the release candidate in git - could you please tag the commit so i can be confident that i'm building the right commit for testing?

Kind regards,
Svante

[1] https://tdf.github.io/odftoolkit/docs/odfdom/ReleaseNotes.html
[2] https://tdf.github.io/odftoolkit/#release-candidate

PS: If someone has provided some patch(es) and would like to be listed in the developer's section of the pom.xml and on the website, just provide a patch and you are in! :-)

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[dev] Our upcoming Maven ReleasesSvante Schubert <svante.schubert@gmail.com>
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