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Why does Vaadin use an old version of the "jsoup" library?

Basil Bourque
9 years ago Feb 23, 2014 6:50am
Johannes Dahlström
9 years ago Feb 23, 2014 12:36pm

Mostly because "if it works, don't fix it". The dependencies should probably be reviewed and updated if deemed necessary before each minor release, but especially maintenance releases ought to be drop-in replacements that do not cause a dependency hell when deployed.