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Apache Commons Logging (1.2)
Apache Lucene Core (7.5.0)
Apache Lucene Analyzers Common (7.5.0)
Apache Lucene QueryParsers (7.5.0)
Apache Lucene Highlighter (7.5.0)
Apache Lucene Queries (7.5.0)
Apache Lucene Join (7.5.0)
Java Servlet API (3.1.0)
Google Guava (21.0)
Spring Web (5.1.3)
Spring Core (5.1.3)
Spring Beans (5.1.3)
Spring Context (5.1.3)
Spring AOP (5.1.3)
Spring Expression Language (5.1.3)
Spring Commons Logging Bridge (jcl) (5.1.3)
Spring Boot (2.1.1)
Spring Boot AutoConfigure (2.1.1)
SLF4J API (1.7.25)
JUL to SLF4J Bridge (1.7.25)
Logback Core (1.2.3)
Logback Classic (1.2.3)
Javax Annotation API (1.3.2)
Java Unified Expression Language API (3.0.0)
JSP Standard Tag Library (javax.servlet.jsp.jstl) Implementation (1.2)
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