Tim Holloway wrote:I think that probably those projects (POMs) are messed up.
JSTL is the Java Standard Template Library, but as far as I can recall (which isn't very far), there's not going to be a need to explicitly reference a JSTL API or Implementation library in a webapp, since JSTL is a language of its own and it's handled entirely(?) at runtime.
In any event, looking for a specific webserver version of either of those libraries rings major alarm bells. JSTL is part of the webapp server, so in Maven terms, its scope is "provided", not the default (which is "compile").
Stephan van Hulst wrote:It's up to you and how you think it will make you feel. But note that even if the police decide not to do anything with your report, you will still have done your part.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:Yes. A threat is a threat, and you could not have known whether it would escalate. Some angry people get even more angry when you *don't* engage them. Just get on your phone as soon as they start banging on your window and make sure to note the licence plate. Often that will be enough to scare off the assailant, but even so you will want to make a report of it.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:It was probably about insurance info in the first case. They're obviously not going to tell you to exchange info with somebody who threatened you.