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From "Lewis John McGibbney (Issue Comment Edited) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Issue Comment Edited] (GORA-43) Forward port 0.1.1 incubating Maven poms to trunk
Date Thu, 17 Nov 2011 18:43:51 GMT

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Lewis John McGibbney edited comment on GORA-43 at 11/17/11 6:42 PM:
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OK so I undertook the exercise of seeing what can/could possibly be upgraded by doing searches
on Maven Central. The following outcomes can be interpreted as 

artifact id: current version: latest version

avro:1.3.2:1.3.3
hbase:0.90.0:0.90.4
cassandra-all:0.8.1:1.0.2
cassandra-thrift:ditto (by the way do we require this if we are shifting to Hector client???)
hector-core:0.8.0-1:1.0-1
guava:r09:10.0.1
commons-lang:2.5:2.6
jdom:1.1:1.1.2
sqlbuilder:2.0.6:2.0.10
hsqldb:2.0.0:2.2.4
mysql-connector-java:5.1.13:5.1.18
slf4j-api:1.58:1.6.4
slf4j-simple:ditto
slf4j-jdk14:ditto
log4j:1.2.15:1.2.16
junit:4.6:4.10

commons-logging:1.1.1: at newest, however I don't see this actually being used anywhere can
someone clarify why this is present.
libthrift:0.5.0:0.7.0 however same comment as above

As we all know hadoop can stay at 0.20.2 for the foreseeable future. The concern I have is
with compatibility! This is an area I do not have much experience and I'm trying to get used
to it. Once this is done the ant/ivy can follow suit fine, I don't have a problem with that.

Further to this, as explained above, I have not looked for any plugins for the pom.xml or
anything similar

Thanks
                
      was (Author: lewismc):
    OK so I undertook the exercise of seeing what can/could possibly be upgraded by doing
searches on Maven Central. The following outcomes can be interpreted as 

artifact id: current version: latest version

avro:1.3.2:1.3.3
hbase:0.90.0:0.90.4
cassandra-all:0.8.1:1.0.2
cassandra-thrift:ditto (by the way do we require this if we are shifting to Hector client???)
hector-core:0.8.0-1:1.0-1
guava:r09:10.0.1
commons-lang:2.5:2.6
jdom:1.1:1.1.2
sqlbuilder:2.0.6:2.0.10
hsqldb:2.0.0:2.2.4
mysql-connector-java:5.1.13:5.1.18
slf4j-api:1.58:1.6.4
slf4j-simple:ditto
slf4j-jdk14:ditto
log4j:1.2.15:1.2.16
junit:4.6:4.10

As we all know hadoop can stay at 0.20.2 for the foreseeable future. The concern I have is
with compatibility! This is an area I do not have much experience and I'm trying to get used
to it. Once this is done the ant/ivy can follow suit fine, I don't have a problem with that.

Further to this, as explained above, I have not looked for any plugins for the pom.xml or
anything similar

Thanks
                  
> Forward port 0.1.1 incubating Maven poms to trunk
> -------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: GORA-43
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GORA-43
>             Project: Gora
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: build process
>            Reporter: Chris A. Mattmann
>            Assignee: Chris A. Mattmann
>             Fix For: 0.2-incubating
>
>
> I improved the Maven poms in 0.1.1-incubating, and trimmed them down to a publishable
set of dependencies.
> My improvements:
> 1. reduce the redundancy in the deps section by not repeating deps in each sub-project.
> 2. use explicit dependency and module version #s which are required to not have "moving
target" dependencies in the downstream applications and that allow each individual gora-*
module to be included on its own (without having to include gora-core). 
> I'd like to forward port these to trunk and then update per trunk's dependencies.

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