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From Norman Maurer ...@byteaction.de>
Subject Re: Javamail 1.4.1ea-SNAPSHOT 15/Sep/2006
Date Thu, 05 Oct 2006 07:59:02 GMT
Bernd Fondermann schrieb:
> On 10/4/06, Stefano Bagnara <apache@bago.org> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I saw that glassfish/mail had new commits a couple of weeks ago that
>> fixed some of the bugs I reported few months ago.
>> I also saw that the java.net maven repository is publishing a build from
>> 15/Sep/2006 declaring the CDDL license (previous EA was not under this
>> license) and I verified that compiling the CVS version I obtained the
>> same bytecode that was in the maven repository.
>> I downloaded it, decommented all the code we previously added to
>> workaround few javamail  bugs and decommented the code to support
>> 8bitmime (we removed it because of javamail bugs) and everything seems
>> to work fine.
>> I also added few more tests and the result is good.
>> So I decided to commit it and let us and our users to test it so that we
>> have increased possibilities to have further problems discovered before
>> javamail 1.4.1 final will be out.
>> The main problem is that now the "next-release" depends on the release
>> of 2 final libraries:
>> dnsjava-2.0.3
>> javamail-1.4.1
>> Let's hope they won't be the showstoppers when everything else will 
>> be out.
> +1, testing the libraries early is a good thing. and I don't think we
> are very much faster with releasing than the library developers ;-)
>  Bernd 

I switched one server here to current trunk yesterday after Stefano made 
the changes. No problems yet. So maybe we now really have 8bit workin :-)


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