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Release Notes -- Apache Jackrabbit -- Version 2.10.6
This is Apache Jackrabbit(TM) 2.10.6, a fully compliant implementation
Content Repository for Java(TM) Technology API, version 2.0 (JCR 2.0) as
specified in the Java Specification Request 283 (JSR 283).
Apache Jackrabbit 2.10.6 is a patch release that contains fixes and
improvements over Jackrabbit 2.10.5. Jackrabbit 2.10.x releases are
stable and targeted for production use.
Changes in Jackrabbit 2.10.6
[JCR-4100] - jackrabbit-webdav: Scope implements equals() but not
[JCR-4102] - jcr2dav: change polling thread sometimes dies with NPE
[JCR-4118] - RepositoryChecker creates invalid node names
[JCR-4121] - ConcurrentModificationException in
[JCR-4133] - fix javadoc problems that are errors with JDK8
[JCR-4106] - fix JCR API docs link
[JCR-4122] - align parent pom references with Oak
[JCR-4129] - get rid of unused org.json dependency
In addition to the above-mentioned changes, this release contains
all the changes included up to the Apache Jackrabbit 2.10.x release.
For more detailed information about all the changes in this and other
Jackrabbit releases, please see the Jackrabbit issue tracker at
This release consists of a single source archive packaged as a zip file.
The archive can be unpacked with the jar tool from your JDK installation.
See the README.txt file for instructions on how to build this release.
Apache Jackrabbit is a fully conforming implementation of the Content
Repository for Java Technology API (JCR). A content repository is a
hierarchical content store with support for structured and unstructured
content, full text search, versioning, transactions, observation, and
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