[Esapi-user] ESAPI release and GitHub changes

Kevin W. Wall kevin.w.wall at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 17:50:38 UTC 2016

I've just tagged (and signed) a new ESAPI release. The tag name is

There are 36 GitHub issues that were closed. You can find full details at:

Note that there are also some important changes made to the GitHub
repo itself. Specifically, we have chosen to adopt a git workflow
based on this blog:

where all the new development work will be done on the 'develop'
branch and the 'master' branch will henceforth reflect the latest
official ESAPI release. To accommodate this,

     * The 'develop' branch has now been made the DEFAULT branch.
     * The 'master' branch has now been made a PROTECTED branch.

Chris Schmidt will be uploading this to Maven sometime later this day,
probably once he's through with his day job.

Lastly, a special shout-out to Matt Seil and Jeremiah Stacey for their
help with Git and some nasty JUnit concurrency issues.

-kevin / ESAPI project co-leader
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