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From Nick Stolwijk <>
Subject Re: Depend on a jar via another pom file
Date Wed, 08 Jan 2014 16:13:57 GMT
That's called a transitive dependency and this blog[1] explains nicely why
you shouldn't use those.



Nick Stolwijk

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On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 4:56 PM, Omar@Gmail <>wrote:

> I have a maven module (lets call it M) that requires aspectjrt but M
> already depends on another pom file that has aspectjrt within its
> dependency tree  like so:
> M ->  middle pom -> aspectjrt
> The problem is M would not compile unless I express the aspectjrt
> dependency directly in the M pom file, why?
> Is there a way for M to get apsectjrt via the middle pom without directly
> depending on aspectjrt?

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