I am migrating an application that used Jetty 7.4.5.v20110725 to Jetty 9.3.0.M2, using Maven. I already had upgraded the
But I am using the FakeHttpServer version 0.3.0
for tests, and at this time there is no newer version. It uses the
class that used to exist up to Jetty 8.x, but does not exists anymore in Jetty 9.
Currently my projects breaks at runtime with a
due to the removed class in Jetty that FakeHttpServer tries to use, holding me back from upgrading Jetty. What can I do to fix that?
Note, this was also cross-posted in the Portuguese StackOverflow version: https://pt.stackoverflow.com/q/64548/132
Upgrade the code that uses Jetty on FakeHttpServer for Jetty 9.
That is your only choice if you want to use Jetty 9 with FakeHttpServer.
Looking at the project page for FakeHttpServer
, it seems that there have been no updates (commits) to the project tree since Dec 2012.
You’ll either have to convince the project leads to update it, or do it yourself.