Sorry, I realize now what I am observing here was discussed in a previous
thread. Although I'm a bit different, in that I'm just trying to use
straight maven (no sbt or gradle, etc.). Anyway, the pom in maven central
is invalid, and should probably be removed, I should think.
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 1:47 AM, Jason Rosenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have been using a pom file for 0.8.0 that I hand-edited from the one
> generated with sbt make:pom. Now that there's a version up on maven
> central, I'm trying to use that.
> It looks like the pom file hosted now on maven central, is invalid for
> I'm looking at this:
> It has 2 <dependencies> sections, which causes this error:
> [WARNING] Invalid POM for org.apache.kafka:kafka_2.8.0:jar:0.8.0-beta1,
> transitive dependencies (if any) will not be available, enable debug
> logging for more details: 1 problem was encountered while building the
> effective model
> [FATAL] Non-parseable POM
> Duplicated tag: 'dependencies' (position: START_TAG seen
> ...</dependencies>\n <dependencies>... @36:19) @ line 36, column 19
> for project
> It seems the offending section is:
> <exclude module="javax"/>
> <exclude module="jmxri"/>
> <exclude module="jmxtools"/>
> <exclude module="mail"/>
> <exclude module="jms"/>
> <dependency org="org.apache.zookeeper" name="zookeeper" rev="3.3.4">
> <exclude org="log4j" module="log4j"/>
> <exclude org="jline" module="jline"/>
> Anyway, since I haven't heard of others having this issue, I'm a bit
> perplexed. Is everyone just downloading and hosting their own hand edited
> version of the is pom file?
> I'm using maven 3.0.3 if that's relevant.