Pig, mail # dev - Re: [VOTE] Release Pig 0.13.0 (candidate 0) - 2014-06-17, 22:25
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Re: [VOTE] Release Pig 0.13.0 (candidate 0)
Apache policy is that jars cannot be in source releases.  It’s impossible for PMC members voting on it and for users downloading it to determine the contents of the jar and thus whether they are willing to stand behind it or use it.

Could we add an ant target that fetches these jars and puts them in the right place so that users who download the source jar could easily fetch them and run the tests?


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