We have added a lot of nice changes to our cookbooks recently, so we decided to roll out the updates to you sooner rather than later!
Here are details of the August, 2014 updates.
Due to JDK bug discussed below, Oracle JDK 7 will remain at 7u60, and Oracle JDK 8 at 8u5.
Even though OpenJDK 7u65 contains the bytecode verifier bug,
we are unable to offer a reasonable alternative without it.
Setting environment variables
_JAVA_OPTIONS=-XX:-UseSplitVerifier should mitigate this issue.
This announcement originally mentioned MongoDB update from 2.4.x to 2.6.4. We discovered a problem with the plan, however, and decided to postpone this MongoDB update until we can provide a more solid upgrade plan. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding.
Build Environment Updates
All environments will receive the following updates:
34.0.1847.116 → 36.0.1985.125
1.5.0 → 1.6.0
1.1.1 → 1.3.2
If you need to revert to ElasticSearch 1.1.1 because of these breaking changes, remove the installed version and install 1.1.1:
before_install: - sudo apt-get purge elasticsearch - curl -O https://download.elasticsearch.org/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-1.1.1.deb - sudo dpkg -i elasticsearch-1.1.1.deb
Included is an update to the latest Extended Support Release (ESR), 31.0esr, which corresponds to Desktop Firefox 31.0.
5.5.37 → 5.5.38
6b31 → 6b32
7u55 → 7u65
- 9.1.13 → 9.1.14
- 9.2.8 → 9.2.9
- 9.3.4 → 9.3.5
3.3.4 → 3.3.5
- 2.2.2-beta → 2.2.3-beta
- 2.1.8 → 2.1.9
Android SDK is updated to 23.0.2.
build-tools-20.0.0 is pre-installed.
Gradle has been updated to version 2.0.
This release contains potential breaking changes.
If you need to go back to version 1.11, add the following to your
before_install: - sudo rm -r /usr/local/gradle - curl -LO http://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-1.11-bin.zip - unzip -q gradle-1.11-bin.zip - sudo mv gradle-1.11 /usr/local/gradle
Platform is updated to 2014.2.0.0. GHC 7.8.2 is updated to 7.8.3. (Other versions remain the same.)
Java VM (not JVM)
- Maven is updated to 3.2.3.
- Leiningen2 is updated to 2.4.3, which is now the default.
See notes above.
Leiningen will default to 2.x
With this update, the default version of Leiningen will be 2.4.3.
Leiningen 1.x will be available as
lein will point to Leiningen 2.4.3, but
lein2 will also be available as before.
Those repositories which use
lein need to be updated to invoke
Scala is updated to 2.11.2, sbt to 0.13.5.
In addision, Scala 2.9.2 and 2.10.2 are preinstalled. These versions address problem with cross-compilation, and build failures descriebed in http://www.typesafe.com/blog/what-happened-to-my-travis-ci, respectively.
Version updates include:
We’ve also added 5.5.9 back. This is the version supported on Ubuntu LTS14.04.
Go forth and test!