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Release 2.0.2 is broken on Java 8

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Hi there,

It seems 2.0.2 release was built with JDK 9+, causing the dreaded java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: java.nio.ByteBuffer.limit(I)Ljava/nio/ByteBuffer; on Java 8.


Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Reactions:3
  • Comments:11

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bturnercommented, Apr 23, 2022

My apologies to everyone for the significant delay (I was changing jobs), but I have released 2.0.3. The CI configuration for this repository has atrophied, but I manually tested the changes on Windows (11, x64), macOS (Monterey, x64) and Linux (Fedora 36, x64) prior to releasing. This new release was built with Java 8. (Technically the bytecode configuration in Maven is Java 7, but it’s not really possible to release to Central using Java 7 in 2022, as far as I can tell. For anyone still using NuProcess with Java 7… 2.0.3 may still be broken.)

If anyone runs into issues, please let me know.

bturnercommented, Feb 7, 2022

FYI, @brettwooldridge has very kindly added me as a collaborator on this repository. I’m currently working through the process of getting the access I’ll need to be able to perform and deploy a 2.0.3 release. I can’t give an exact timeline, but for those watching this, please know I’m working on it.

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