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[JENKINS-29922] A dependency on symbol-annotation does not work in Jenkins 1.x #53

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jglick commented Aug 5, 2016

Or more precisely, prior to 2.2.

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jglick commented Aug 5, 2016

Thanks, was about to look for the documentation.

The problem was a class loader mismatch, if it was not obvious already.

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