Ant and Ivy also bring in lots of free stuff as well as the flexibility
to do non-standard things

It seems that SBT is a moving target (as is Scala itself, being such a
new tech), and keeping up with SBT changes and people's plugins hosted
on GitHub sounds like a pain. Maven and Ant/Ivy are mature and stable
and well understood.

Without digressing too much into a Maven/Ant+Ivy/SBT debate, it is clear
that there are issues with the current build. I'm proposing Ant+Ivy, if
enough people buy into this - great we'll use Ant. If not, also great -
I'm simply forcing the dialog :)

Also, if what I'm proposing is accepted, I would be willing to maintain
this piece of the project in the longer term.


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