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Guus der Kinderen
Mon, 9 May 2016 09:53:53 +0200
While playing around with the Java version, I noticed some discrepancies:
- The class files in the jar have in their version number header version '51', indicating Java SE 7
- The pom.xml file that's used defines target and version at 1.5, indicating Java SE 5.0
- When compiling, "raw type" warnings are logged, which indicates that the source code pre-dates Java SE 5.0 (which is when generics were introduced).
What's the minimum version of Java with which libidn is compatible, or (given that even Java SE 7 was EOL'ed a long time ago), which is the minimum desired version that we'd like to remain backwards compatible with? Perhaps we should bring things in line with each-other again?
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