> some of the articles in the test suite appears to be
> "real" with their own copyright statements - fun and possibly
> non-distributable. It seems to predate your changes, so I will file
> a bug for this.
Hmm, interesting. To solve this I pushed new upstream release (1.6.2) with
the concerned files replaced by a Wikipedia article under CC-BY-SA 3.0, that
should be DFSG-compatible, and rewrote the test suite to execute similar
set of tests with this new data.
I will not sponsor this package as it uses maven and is therefore beyond
what I am comfortable with sponsoring.
So this package is still looking for sponsor:
* Package name : jsoup
Version : 1.6.2-1
Upstream Author : Jonathan Hedley <email@example.com>
* URL : http://jsoup.org/
* License : MIT
Section : java
It builds those binary packages:
libjsoup-java - Java HTML parser that makes sense of real-world HTML soup
libjsoup-java-doc - Documentation for jsoup HTML Parser
This is a new upstream release.
I let maven-bundle-plugin generate OSGi metadata for JAR library (new dependency
of eclipse-mylyn 3.7.0), updated Standards-Version and fixed some lintian warnings.
Also release-critical bug #667021 was closed.
Package source can be accessed at pkg-java git repository:
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