> On Apr 10, 2019, at 8:49 PM, Sean Busbey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > HBase has been slowly adopting 0.9.0 and no blockers so far. hopefully > that'll make it easy for me to test 0.10.0 RCs.
I think the biggest changes that will impact 0.9.0 installations will be: * removal of ruby-lint * disabling the “findbugs is deprecated” message * some changes to the API (removal of *_entry/switch to arrays for some key variables) * and maybe some directory restructuring in docker mode if they hard-coded locations
Everything else should be bug fixes (some major — missing findbugs/spotbugs output for Java folks in particular). Lots more new features. ( —docker-cachefrom is a huge win for large docker build times for those that push their development image to docker hub.)
Pretty much down to just two remaining open JIRAs unless something critical comes up today/tomorrow. I’ve been running master at work for a while now. Largest one to be committed is YETUS-811. I wrote it over the weekend after a Linux Foundation deployment on Friday requested enhancements for the reporting under Circle CI. So will want to get that checked in and running for a day or so before cutting the first RC. My local tests show no problems, but you never know.
Really curious to see how YETUS-724 does in the wild, since that’s a huge win for the ‘commit x N, merge master, commit x M’ type workflows.