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January 2022

Created a pull request in OpenLiberty/open-liberty that received 16 comments

Fix RepositoryResolver install lists for tolerated dependencies

Fix the creation of install lists when a feature is installed but its dependencies aren't. This can happen when a feature tolerates two versions of…

+1,091 −365 16 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 1 repository
Reviewed 7 pull requests in 3 repositories
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Created an issue in OpenLiberty/ci.gradle that received 10 comments

Custom config files are not deployed unless clean is run

If I add additional files to src/main/liberty/config, they are deployed when I run the libertyStart or libertyCreate tasks. However, if I make chan…

Opened 3 other issues in 1 repository

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