I ran into a regression when upgrading from 1.2.0 to 1.5.2; so I am
wondering about the roadmap and whether a fix is coming.
It’s a simple one related to the JSR223 interface:
this used to work with 1.2.0 (actually the corresponding extra jsr233
but not on the 1.5.x , where the ScriptEngine was rewritten (RedBridge I
Now, this apparently got a fix on master, months ago
however, it never made it to jruby-1_5 branch.
I now cherry picked that commit and it seems to do the trick.
So… just a few questions:
do you think for me it’s OK to just cherry pick that, then ‘ant
clean jar-complete’ (I only need the jar).
The tag ‘1.5.2’ corresponds exactly to the contents of the 1.5.2
To build the patched jar, I brought this fix onto the jruby-1_5
which is a few commits further down to that tag (selector pool, etc…).
Do you think this is safe enough, or should I branch off the release
tag and only patch that?
Is a 1.5.3 planned for soon? If so, can we include the above fix?
is 1.6 coming soon? Will that be released from master?
Do you think the current master is stable enough?
Is there a better place to look for this info? e.g roadmap, what’s
coming, status of branches (not just build status), what decides when
to release, etc…
should I report that bug? (note: it’s fixed on master).
Should I publish that -trivial- fix on a github fork?
Sorry if this was overwhelming, but could see another obvious way to
figure this out.
Thanks in advance,
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