Yesterday I supported to close this question on wrapping third-party code as a "tool" question. However, reading it again I think it is more a question about "state of the art in software engineering techniques to wrap third-party code". The OP and me made some changes to make it look less like a tool recommendation question. So someone else here supporting my request to reopen it now? Or are there some other reasons why it should still kept close?
I'm not going to say that it definitely shouldn't be reopened, but it looks like a duplicate to me. In theory, the system is supposed to work as people add new answers to questions so that way, answers to a particular problem are in one place. If this weren't the case, I could go through and reask any question at any point in time just to see if the answers were the same. I'm not sure how well this works in practice, though, with questions not getting visibility by people who can provide new answers - once a question has an up voted answer, it doesn't show up on the Unanswered tab or get bumped to the homepage unless a bounty is added.
My initial thought is that the new question that you link to shouldn't be a tool question, but a duplicate of this question and a bounty for "Current answers are outdated" should be applied. I don't know if that will actually get the visibility that is needed or actually attract new and more current answers. It also requires reputation, which I don't think the person who asked the latest question has enough of to start a bounty.