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bsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp151.3.56 RPM for noarch

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Name: bsh2 Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 2.0.0.b6 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.3.56 Build date: Tue May 7 01:28:30 2019
Group: Development/Libraries/Java Build host: lamb66
Size: 781643 Source RPM: bsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp151.3.56.src.rpm
Summary: Lightweight Scripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)
BeanShell is a small, free, embeddable, Java source interpreter with
object scripting language features, written in Java. BeanShell executes
standard Java statements and expressions, in addition to obvious
scripting commands and syntax. BeanShell supports scripted objects as
simple method closures like those in Perl and JavaScript(tm). You can
use BeanShell interactively for Java experimentation and debugging or
as a simple scripting engine for your applications. In short: BeanShell
is a dynamically interpreted Java, plus some useful stuff. Another way
to describe it is to say that in many ways BeanShell is to Java as
Tcl/Tk is to C: BeanShell is embeddable - You can call BeanShell from
your Java applications to execute Java code dynamically at run-time or
to provide scripting extensibility for your applications.
Alternatively, you can call your Java applications and objects from
BeanShell; working with Java objects and APIs dynamically. Since
BeanShell is written in Java and runs in the same space as your
application, you can freely pass references to "real live" objects into
scripts and return them as results.

With version 2.0 BeanShell becomes a fully Java compatible scripting
language. BeanShell is now capable of interpreting ordinary Java source
and loading .java source files from the class path. BeanShell scripted
classes are fully typed and appear to outside Java code and via
reflective inspection as ordinary classes. However their implementation
is fully dynamic and they may include arbitrary BeanShell scripts in
their bodies, methods, and constructors. Users may now freely mix
loose, unstructured BeanShell scripts, method closures, and full
scripted classes.




SPL-1.0 OR LGPL-2.0+


* Wed Sep 20 2017
  - Build with whatever is the default java-devel provider
  - Modified patch:
    * beanshell-2.0b6-target.patch
      + specify target and source consistently
      + fix classpath issue with javadoc generation
  - Added patch:
    * beanshell-2.0b6-getpeer.patch
      + fix build with jdk9
    + access the inacessible APIs by reflection
* Thu Sep 07 2017
  - Added patch:
    * beanshell-2.0b6-target.patch
    - Force java target level to 1.6
  - Force java source and target levels to 1.6 in order to allow
    building with jdk9
  - Force building with java-1_8_0-openjdk-devel since javadoc errors
    are fatal in jdk9
* Fri May 19 2017
  - Update package dependencies
* Wed Mar 16 2016
  - Add reproducible.patch to fix build-compare
* Tue Feb 23 2016
  - Version update to 2.0b6 bnc#967593 CVE-2016-2510
    * Upstream developement moved to github
    * No obvious changelog apart from the above
  - Refreshed/updated patches:
    * bsh-2.0b5-docs.patch
    * bsh2-ClassGeneratorUtil.patch
    * bsh2-asm.patch
    * bsh2-fix-tests.patch
  - Delete needless patch:
    * bsh2-standard-script-api.patch
  - Update version in .pom files
* Tue Mar 24 2015
  - Fix the pom's to not require network and thus pass parser validation
* Wed Mar 18 2015
  - Fix build with new javapackages-tools
* Tue Jul 08 2014
  - Cleanup with spec-cleaner.
  - Fix few rpmlint complaints
  - Kill src package as nothing seem to depend on it and it is pointless.
* Tue Jul 08 2014
  - Change the bytecode stuff.
* Thu May 15 2014
  - disable bytecode check on sle_11
  - disable post-build-check on SLE_11 due to FHS 2.2 errors



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