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The goal of this versionig strategy is both to :
The rules are :
And here is the strategy in action :
The goal of this deprecation strategy is t
The rules are:
the javadoc tag @deprecated whose message must start with "in x= .y", for example:
The following example shows the amount of APIs marked as deprecated duri= ng the releases 4.x:
And here is the Deprecation Strategy in action where A is the name of a = method:
Removal of libraries do not follow the same strategy than standard APIs.= They usually require much more time than 2 series of versions to be fully = dropped.
Current deprecated libraries are :
Moreover note that Java 5 is no longer supported since SonarQube 3.6.