#3205 port PKI from apache commons-lang to commons-lang3
Closed: migrated 2 years ago by dmoluguw. Opened 2 years ago by decathorpe.

apache commons-lang 2.x releases are no longer compatible with Java 11 (due to usage of assert and enum as identifiers), and fedora packages are all getting ported to commons-lang3.

I did a quick search of the PKI sources and found no usage of APIs that were removed with commons-lang3, so porting PKI to the new version should be straightforward:

  • change dependency in pom.xml files to org.apache.commons:commons-lang3
  • change import statements in Java files: "s/org\.apache\.commons\.lang\./org.apache.commons.lang3./"

I'm not sure if other parts of the build machinery need to be adapted as well (I'm not that familiar with CMake).

There's also a Java SIG tracking issue for porting packages to commons-lang3.

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Metadata Update from @dmoluguw:
- Issue close_status updated to: migrated
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)

2 years ago

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