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Non-optional Hibernate dependencies in querydsl.jpa MANIFEST.MF #147

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alexeyr opened this Issue May 14, 2012 · 1 comment

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alexeyr commented May 14, 2012

MANIFEST.MF in com.mysema.querydsl.jpa imports Hibernate packages:

Import-Package: com.mysema.commons.lang;version="0.2.2",com.mysema.que
ry;version="2.5.0",com.mysema.query.dml;version="2.5.0",com.mysema.qu
ery.sql;version="2.5.0",com.mysema.query.support;version="2.5.0",com.
mysema.query.types;version="2.5.0",com.mysema.query.types.expr;versio
n="2.5.0",com.mysema.query.types.path;version="2.5.0",com.mysema.quer
y.types.query;version="2.5.0",com.mysema.query.types.template;version
="2.5.0",com.mysema.util;version="2.5.0",javax.annotation;version="0"
,javax.inject;version="0",javax.persistence;version="[2.0.0,2.1.0)",o
rg.hibernate;version="3.6.8.Final",org.hibernate.ejb;version="3.6.8.F
inal",org.hibernate.transform;version="3.6.8.Final",org.hibernate.typ
e;version="3.6.8.Final",org.slf4j;version="1.6.1"

So even if another JPA provider is used, Hibernate bundles need to be installed in the framework. This could be fixed by separating querydsl.jpa and querydsl.hibernate or by making these imports optional.

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Released in 2.6.0

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timowest commented May 25, 2012

Released in 2.6.0

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