Guava is a separate problem and I think we should have a separate
discussion "what can we do about guava"? That's more traumatic than a JDK
update, I fear, as the guava releases care a lot less about compatibility.
I don't worry about JDK updates removing classes like "StringBuffer"
because "StringBuilder" is better.
On 27 June 2014 19:26, Andrew Wang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
very good point.
I think this is possible by having the app upload all the JARs...I need to
experiment here myself.

+1, we've had no complaints about things not working on Java 7. It's been
out a long time. IF you look at our own code, the main thing that broke
were tests -due to junit test case ordering- and not much else.
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