- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class DefaultBuildVersionRegistry
- extends java.lang.Object
- implements BuildVersionRegistry
Default implementation which looks up the known versions from the file build-versions.properties.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public DefaultBuildVersionRegistry(BuildUtilsInfo buildUtilsInfo)
public BuildVersionRegistry.BuildVersion getVersionForBuildNumber(java.lang.String targetBuildNumber)
- Description copied from interface:
Takes a build number and attempts to resolve it to a released (or unreleased during development) version of JIRA.
If the build number does not directly correspond to a released version of JIRA, we attempt to infer the version
by searching for the next known build number above the input.
For example, if the build number is
207, the version returned would be
3.8, as it
has a build number of
209. In this case, the resulting
BuildVersionRegistry.BuildVersion object will have a build
number corresponding to the target build number and not the input build number, as the target build number is the
official number against that version.
If the input build number is higher than any known build number, we return the currently running version of JIRA.
- Specified by:
getVersionForBuildNumber in interface
targetBuildNumber - the build number to look up; must be not null and parseable to an integer.
- the version that corresponds to this build number.
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