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From Anand Avati <av...@gluster.org>
Subject Re: Scala 2.11 external dependencies
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2014 20:01:15 GMT
On Sun, Aug 3, 2014 at 9:09 PM, Patrick Wendell <pwendell@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey Anand,
>
> Thanks for looking into this - it's great to see momentum towards Scala
> 2.11 and I'd love if this land in Spark 1.2.
>
> For the external dependencies, it would be good to create a sub-task of
> SPARK-1812 to track our efforts encouraging other projects to upgrade. In
> certain cases (e.g. Kafka) there is fairly late-stage work on this already,
> so we can e.g. link to those JIRA's as well. A good starting point is to
> just go to their dev list and ask what the status is, most Scala projects
> have put at least some thought into this already. Another thing we can do
> is submit patches ourselves to those projects to help get them upgraded.
> The twitter libraries, e.g., tend to be pretty small and also open to
> external contributions.
>
> One other thing in the mix here - Prashant Sharma has also spent some time
> looking at this, so it might be good for you two to connect (probably off
> list) and sync up. Prashant has contributed to many Scala projects, so he
> might have cycles to go and help some of our dependencies get upgraded -
> but I won't commit to that on his behalf :).
>
> Regarding Akka - I shaded and published akka as a one-off thing:
> https://github.com/pwendell/akka/tree/2.2.3-shaded-proto
>
> Over time we've had to publish our own versions of a small number of
> dependencies. It's somewhat high overhead, but it actually works quite well
> in terms of avoiding some of the nastier dependency conflicts. At least
> better than other alternatives I've seen such as using a shader build
> plug-in.
>
> Going forward, I'd actually like to track these in the Spark repo itself.
> For instance, we have a bash script in the spark repo that can e.g. check
> out akka, apply a few patches or regular expressions, and then you have a
> fully shaded dependency that can be published to maven. If you wanted to
> take a crack at something like that for akka 2.3.4, be my guest. I can help
> with the actual publishing.
>

Will give it a try, thanks!

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