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Upgrade to stapler version 1.246 #2593

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vivek commented Oct 15, 2016

Fixed regressions reported in #2415 and other enhancements.

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Seems the issue with release availability has not been resolved yet.

According to the code changes, I do not believe that it's only one change in three Stapler releases. Please provide a full changelog (ideally with JIRA references if available)

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oleg-nenashev commented Oct 15, 2016

Seems the issue with release availability has not been resolved yet.

According to the code changes, I do not believe that it's only one change in three Stapler releases. Please provide a full changelog (ideally with JIRA references if available)

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@oleg-nenashev Yeah not sure what the problem is, hopefully they will appear eventually in the repo.

In terms of changes, here are the Stapler PRs (no JIRA ticket though) that got merged post 1.244:

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@oleg-nenashev Yeah not sure what the problem is, hopefully they will appear eventually in the repo.

In terms of changes, here are the Stapler PRs (no JIRA ticket though) that got merged post 1.244:

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@vivek I'm aware there are many non-PR changes made by @kohsuke. Overall diff: stapler/stapler@stapler-parent-1.243...master

I'll try to go through the code ant to provide my feedback by Wednesday. Please let me know if there is anything urgent

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oleg-nenashev commented Oct 15, 2016

@vivek I'm aware there are many non-PR changes made by @kohsuke. Overall diff: stapler/stapler@stapler-parent-1.243...master

I'll try to go through the code ant to provide my feedback by Wednesday. Please let me know if there is anything urgent

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@oleg-nenashev Who would know why is Stapler artifacts are not resolved yet?

10:45:26 [ERROR] Failed to execute goal on project jenkins-core: Could not resolve dependencies for project org.jenkins-ci.main:jenkins-core:jar:2.26-SNAPSHOT: The following artifacts could not be resolved: org.kohsuke.stapler:stapler-groovy:jar:1.246, org.kohsuke.stapler:stapler-jrebel:jar:1.246: Could not find artifact org.kohsuke.stapler:stapler-groovy:jar:1.246 in central

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@oleg-nenashev Who would know why is Stapler artifacts are not resolved yet?

10:45:26 [ERROR] Failed to execute goal on project jenkins-core: Could not resolve dependencies for project org.jenkins-ci.main:jenkins-core:jar:2.26-SNAPSHOT: The following artifacts could not be resolved: org.kohsuke.stapler:stapler-groovy:jar:1.246, org.kohsuke.stapler:stapler-jrebel:jar:1.246: Could not find artifact org.kohsuke.stapler:stapler-groovy:jar:1.246 in central

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Likely because it has not been actually uploaded to Maven Central.
See https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.kohsuke.stapler/stapler

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Likely because it has not been actually uploaded to Maven Central.
See https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.kohsuke.stapler/stapler

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@oleg-nenashev Right and its not even at http://repo.jenkins-ci.org/public/org/kohsuke/stapler/stapler/. Maybe the repo has moved. @kohsuke Do you know if release went well or it was released to some other repo?

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vivek commented Oct 17, 2016

@oleg-nenashev Right and its not even at http://repo.jenkins-ci.org/public/org/kohsuke/stapler/stapler/. Maybe the repo has moved. @kohsuke Do you know if release went well or it was released to some other repo?

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@oleg-nenashev Actually, only the repository changing commit in stapler/stapler@stapler-parent-1.244...stapler-parent-1.246 was without PR.

And in stapler/stapler@stapler-parent-1.243...stapler-parent-1.244 only stapler/stapler@9411334 was outside a PR.

Still, @vivek's list of PRs is misleading, as this updates from 1.243 to 1.246, not from 1.244. Full list:

stapler/stapler#73
stapler/stapler#75
stapler/stapler#77
stapler/stapler#78
stapler/stapler#79
stapler/stapler#80

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@oleg-nenashev Actually, only the repository changing commit in stapler/stapler@stapler-parent-1.244...stapler-parent-1.246 was without PR.

And in stapler/stapler@stapler-parent-1.243...stapler-parent-1.244 only stapler/stapler@9411334 was outside a PR.

Still, @vivek's list of PRs is misleading, as this updates from 1.243 to 1.246, not from 1.244. Full list:

stapler/stapler#73
stapler/stapler#75
stapler/stapler#77
stapler/stapler#78
stapler/stapler#79
stapler/stapler#80

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@daniel-beck Thanks, yeah I mistook the from version number, your list is good that is from 1.243. So what happens next to get stapler 1.246 to land in central? It's already released.

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vivek commented Oct 18, 2016

@daniel-beck Thanks, yeah I mistook the from version number, your list is good that is from 1.243. So what happens next to get stapler 1.246 to land in central? It's already released.

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@vivek You should contact @kohsuke . Likely he did not completely perform the release process. Maybe the release is staged on Nexus, but requires a manual action.

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oleg-nenashev commented Oct 18, 2016

@vivek You should contact @kohsuke . Likely he did not completely perform the release process. Maybe the release is staged on Nexus, but requires a manual action.

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@daniel-beck @oleg-nenashev: Stapler 1.246 was released to maven central but was not visible, @kohsuke fixed it. Its visible now. Can Jenkins build be triggered for this PR manually?

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vivek commented Oct 24, 2016

@daniel-beck @oleg-nenashev: Stapler 1.246 was released to maven central but was not visible, @kohsuke fixed it. Its visible now. Can Jenkins build be triggered for this PR manually?

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@daniel-beck There is one failure but this has been failing since https://jenkins.ci.cloudbees.com/job/core/job/jenkins-core/6375/ and is unrelated. How do we move forward?

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vivek commented Oct 25, 2016

@daniel-beck There is one failure but this has been failing since https://jenkins.ci.cloudbees.com/job/core/job/jenkins-core/6375/ and is unrelated. How do we move forward?

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@vivek There's a successful PR build, so no problem there from build success POV. Now this needs reviews.

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daniel-beck commented Oct 25, 2016

@vivek There's a successful PR build, so no problem there from build success POV. Now this needs reviews.

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@daniel-beck How long do you stage it for review? Didn't see any comments so far.

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vivek commented Oct 28, 2016

@daniel-beck How long do you stage it for review? Didn't see any comments so far.

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Review is still in my TODO list.
I'll do it with a high priority since it may worth having new Stapler in LTS

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Review is still in my TODO list.
I'll do it with a high priority since it may worth having new Stapler in LTS

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There are some compatibility changes in PRs like stapler/stapler#77 (public classes => final, and several other changes). Putting back on-hold since I'm not comfortable about merging before a wider research

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There are some compatibility changes in PRs like stapler/stapler#77 (public classes => final, and several other changes). Putting back on-hold since I'm not comfortable about merging before a wider research

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I would rather 🐛 this PR till Stapler has public CI builds.
The component is critical to Jenkins stability, hence we should invest into it.

@vivek Is it critical to get it available in the next LTS line? What's the impact if it does not get there?

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I would rather 🐛 this PR till Stapler has public CI builds.
The component is critical to Jenkins stability, hence we should invest into it.

@vivek Is it critical to get it available in the next LTS line? What's the impact if it does not get there?

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@oleg-nenashev It is critical as some of the changes/fixes are needed by blueocean. So its really important it gets in to this LTS.

Just so that I understand, your objection is for process or there is technical reason you are objecting to? In terms of review, each Stapler PR goes thru review process and has been reviewed/approved.

Anyways, all of those PR are already in stapler released version. So if you think there is PR or change that is an issue or can cause instability in Jenkins then we can fix that otherwise I think we should not hold this PR for process reasons unless it violates any Jenkins guidelines.

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@oleg-nenashev It is critical as some of the changes/fixes are needed by blueocean. So its really important it gets in to this LTS.

Just so that I understand, your objection is for process or there is technical reason you are objecting to? In terms of review, each Stapler PR goes thru review process and has been reviewed/approved.

Anyways, all of those PR are already in stapler released version. So if you think there is PR or change that is an issue or can cause instability in Jenkins then we can fix that otherwise I think we should not hold this PR for process reasons unless it violates any Jenkins guidelines.

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@vivek Binary compatibility is one of Jenkins requirements. Since there are binary compatibility changes, Stapler maintainers should proof that they do not impact at least OSS plugins.

I do not want to block the update since I understand value of BO to the community, but compatibility of existing plugins IMHO is a mandatory requirement unless there is a decision made after the discussion in the ML.

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@vivek Binary compatibility is one of Jenkins requirements. Since there are binary compatibility changes, Stapler maintainers should proof that they do not impact at least OSS plugins.

I do not want to block the update since I understand value of BO to the community, but compatibility of existing plugins IMHO is a mandatory requirement unless there is a decision made after the discussion in the ML.

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@oleg-nenashev Fair point. Happy to help here. All tests are passing. If there is more testing or review needed, lets get thru that. Its just that the PR is sitting idle so was making sure the concern gets addressed and integration happens if all looks good:)

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@oleg-nenashev Fair point. Happy to help here. All tests are passing. If there is more testing or review needed, lets get thru that. Its just that the PR is sitting idle so was making sure the concern gets addressed and integration happens if all looks good:)

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So there are following issues I see:

  • No CI for Stapler itself. Not sure we want to merge a lib, which didn't pass tests on the generic environment. But I'm sure @kohsuke has performed tests locally as a part of the release
  • java.org.kohsuke.stapler.lang.Klass has been converted from public to public final. It is a binary compatibility breakage
    • Investigation results: No usages in the Jenkins project
  • The changes slightly increase the technical debt (missing API docs), but it's a kind of the maintainer decision

So I do not see anything critical in the changes (though I didn't investigate logic much), but I would like to get signoff of other @jenkinsci/code-reviewers since the changes do not qualify as a "safe change" for me.

If somebody fixes the binary compatibility issue and creates a working PR builder, you will have my +1

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oleg-nenashev commented Oct 29, 2016

So there are following issues I see:

  • No CI for Stapler itself. Not sure we want to merge a lib, which didn't pass tests on the generic environment. But I'm sure @kohsuke has performed tests locally as a part of the release
  • java.org.kohsuke.stapler.lang.Klass has been converted from public to public final. It is a binary compatibility breakage
    • Investigation results: No usages in the Jenkins project
  • The changes slightly increase the technical debt (missing API docs), but it's a kind of the maintainer decision

So I do not see anything critical in the changes (though I didn't investigate logic much), but I would like to get signoff of other @jenkinsci/code-reviewers since the changes do not qualify as a "safe change" for me.

If somebody fixes the binary compatibility issue and creates a working PR builder, you will have my +1

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+1 on the "safe change" comment. There's still quite a few changes there… Normally there would still be time for the next .1 LTS to let it soak anyway, only if the selected base includes it...

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batmat commented Oct 29, 2016

+1 on the "safe change" comment. There's still quite a few changes there… Normally there would still be time for the next .1 LTS to let it soak anyway, only if the selected base includes it...

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@batmat I'm not sure. Do you approve the change in the current state or not? I read "no" from your comment, but I'm not 100% sure

@vivek Actually I've expected a response from you yesterday. Is there a chance you spin a new Stapler release with compatibility change revert in time? In such case it would be convenient.

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@batmat I'm not sure. Do you approve the change in the current state or not? I read "no" from your comment, but I'm not 100% sure

@vivek Actually I've expected a response from you yesterday. Is there a chance you spin a new Stapler release with compatibility change revert in time? In such case it would be convenient.

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LGTM 🐝 👍 and all that sort of things.

stapler imo is part of jenkins-core API (who else is using it?) and should be developed in sync. Getting 3 releases without being used by jenkins-core doesn't make sense to me. I wish stapler CI build would build latest tag from jenkins + stapler version patch to detect potential regressions.

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LGTM 🐝 👍 and all that sort of things.

stapler imo is part of jenkins-core API (who else is using it?) and should be developed in sync. Getting 3 releases without being used by jenkins-core doesn't make sense to me. I wish stapler CI build would build latest tag from jenkins + stapler version patch to detect potential regressions.

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There was np technical reason in the release delay. The release process was
somehow screwed up, and @kohsuke was not responding to pings (see the PR
referenced in the summary). Hence the stapler upgrades were hanging.

I do not consider Stapler as a part of the Jenkins project, because the
project is not accessible to jenkinsci/admins && the review process is
being held outside differently. There are also usages outside.Jenkins IIRC.
But I agree we should pick the new version to the Jenkins core as early as
we can.

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LGTM 🐝 👍 and all that sort of things.

stapler imo is part of jenkins-core API (who else is using it?) and should
be developed in sync. Getting 3 releases without being used by jenkins-core
doesn't make sense to me. I wish stapler CI build would build latest tag
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There was np technical reason in the release delay. The release process was
somehow screwed up, and @kohsuke was not responding to pings (see the PR
referenced in the summary). Hence the stapler upgrades were hanging.

I do not consider Stapler as a part of the Jenkins project, because the
project is not accessible to jenkinsci/admins && the review process is
being held outside differently. There are also usages outside.Jenkins IIRC.
But I agree we should pick the new version to the Jenkins core as early as
we can.

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stapler imo is part of jenkins-core API (who else is using it?) and should
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🐝 and (as I am not "on the clock") 👍

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🐝 and (as I am not "on the clock") 👍

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FTR I have reviewed the changes to stapler and I do not view them as high or medium risk. I cannot see any use case for extending Klass.

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stephenc commented Oct 30, 2016

FTR I have reviewed the changes to stapler and I do not view them as high or medium risk. I cannot see any use case for extending Klass.

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The way stapler is managed and hosted outside jenkins project doesn't make me feel it's not part of jenkins project (I agree it would make sense project is managed the same way). And I can't find any usage outside jenkins and KK's own projects :P

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ndeloof commented Oct 30, 2016

The way stapler is managed and hosted outside jenkins project doesn't make me feel it's not part of jenkins project (I agree it would make sense project is managed the same way). And I can't find any usage outside jenkins and KK's own projects :P

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@oleg-nenashev, let's say weak 👍 🐝 but I'll trust more knowledgeable persons here.
I've had a look at the GitHub code search yesterday, and in addition to Stephen's comment about any "use case for extending Klass", I couldn't find any plugin under https://github.com/jenkinsci that was actually doing it.

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@oleg-nenashev, let's say weak 👍 🐝 but I'll trust more knowledgeable persons here.
I've had a look at the GitHub code search yesterday, and in addition to Stephen's comment about any "use case for extending Klass", I couldn't find any plugin under https://github.com/jenkinsci that was actually doing it.

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Thanks for the feedback.
I'm merging this PR and taking responsibility to work on any kind of regressions it causes.

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Thanks for the feedback.
I'm merging this PR and taking responsibility to work on any kind of regressions it causes.

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@vivek Please provide a human-readable changelog (maybe in Stapler's repo)

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oleg-nenashev commented Oct 30, 2016

@vivek Please provide a human-readable changelog (maybe in Stapler's repo)

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@oleg-nenashev this is a team's decision. You don't have to take that burden alone if it happens to be necessary. Many people here have expressed their approval, so it's OK to merge IMO. Thanks for moving that forward and so many other things in that project Oleg.

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@oleg-nenashev this is a team's decision. You don't have to take that burden alone if it happens to be necessary. Many people here have expressed their approval, so it's OK to merge IMO. Thanks for moving that forward and so many other things in that project Oleg.

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@vivek So what does this actually do? The changelog for this change in 2.28 is still useless. See @oleg-nenashev's question above.

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@vivek So what does this actually do? The changelog for this change in 2.28 is still useless. See @oleg-nenashev's question above.

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Allows 'parallel request routing', this will allow BlueOcean or any Jenkins plugin to serve request routes that otherwise be served by jelly views as JSON response. Relevant PR is: stapler/stapler#77.

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Allows 'parallel request routing', this will allow BlueOcean or any Jenkins plugin to serve request routes that otherwise be served by jelly views as JSON response. Relevant PR is: stapler/stapler#77.

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So could you add the changelog to Stapler?
Example: https://github.com/jenkinsci/remoting/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

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So could you add the changelog to Stapler?
Example: https://github.com/jenkinsci/remoting/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

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@oleg-nenashev sure, I can do that. I will send a PR with this change added to a CHANGELOG.md in stapler.

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@oleg-nenashev sure, I can do that. I will send a PR with this change added to a CHANGELOG.md in stapler.

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