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Rubén Pérez

05/19/2022, 11:11 AM
Hi there 🙂 I was looking into the documentation, trying to see if the JVM libraries already supported branches, environments, pending pacts, WIP pacts... and I though they didn't. But also I saw some comments in this channel and the changelog of the JVM section, and it looks like at least some of those things are already implemented. Could you help me understand what is the current state of the JVM ecosystem regarding those new features, or where I can find documentation to understand it? Thank you 🙂
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rholshausen

05/20/2022, 2:44 AM
PR for branches has just been merged 😄 There is no central document describing these features, they will be spread between the various components that are supported, i.e. Maven, Gradle, JUnit etc.
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Rubén Pérez

05/23/2022, 2:34 PM
I guess I asked just in time 😆 What I tried to find out was if the JVM ecosystem was ready for those new features/first-class-citizen. The documentation about the Pact Broker is "easier" in a way to see from the version all those new things are available. For the JVM is not that easy from what I'm seeing. What I tried to know was if the JVM ecosystem was ready for the "new flow" (new webhook event, pending pacts, branches and environments, WIP pacts...), or if we should still implement the "regular" flow" of using the older webhook event, using tags for environment and branches... and so on
but I guess the "JVM ecosystem" is so big that there's no easy answer for that question, so I will try to check the component repositories to find it out 🙂
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rholshausen

05/23/2022, 9:59 PM
I think everything is supported except for environments
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Rubén Pérez

05/24/2022, 7:56 AM
Thank you! 🙂
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