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From Jark <imj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to specify dependencies for an application that needs to use modified version of Flink
Date Thu, 12 May 2016 02:18:50 GMT
Sorry for mistyped the command. You can enter into flink/flink-streaming-java and run `mvn
clean package install -DskipTests=true` . It will install only flink-streaming-java module.

> 在 2016年5月12日,上午10:02,Jark <imjark@gmail.com> 写道:
> Hi Saiph, 
>    You can enter flink directory and run  `mvn clean install -DskipTest=true` to install
all the modules (including flunk-streaming-java) into your local .m2 repository .  After that,
change your app dependencies version to the version of your flink, such as “1.1-SNAPSHOT”.
At last, reimport your app project.
> - Jark Wu
>> 在 2016年5月12日,上午2:33,Saiph Kappa <saiph.kappa@gmail.com> 写道:
>> Hi,
>> I'm performing some modifications on Flink (current trunk version). I want
>> a scala app (sbt based) to use that modified version. I'm only modifying
>> the flink-streaming-java module, what is the typical way to specify the
>> dependencies for my application in this case? Should I copy all jars to the
>> lib folder of my app, or to build a big fat jar? how do the devs here do it?
>> Thanks.

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