-Re: Hadoop Test libraries: Where did they go ?
Jay Vyas 2013-11-25, 14:16
Yup , we figured it out eventually.
The artifacts now use the test-jar directive which creates a jar file that you can reference in mvn using the <type> tag in your dependencies.
However, fyi, I haven't been able to successfully google for the quintessential classes in the hadoop test libs like the fs BaseContractTest by name, so they are now harder to find then before....
So i think it's unfortunate that they are not a top level maven artifact.
It's misleading, as It's now very easy to assume from looking at hadoop in mvn central that hadoop-test is just an old library that nobody updates anymore.
Just a thought but Maybe hadoop-test could be rejuvenated to point to the hadoop-commons some how?
> On Nov 25, 2013, at 4:52 AM, Steve Loughran <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I see a hadoop-common-2.2.0-tests.jar in org.apache.hadoop/hadoop-?common;
> SHA1 a9994d261d00295040a402cd2f611a2bac23972a, which resolves in a search
> engine to
> It looks like it is now part of the hadoop-common artifacts, you just say
> you want the test bits
>> On 21 November 2013 23:28, Jay Vyas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> It appears to me that
>> Is no longer updated....
>> Where does hadoop now package the test libraries?
>> Looking in the ".//hadoop-common-project/hadoop-common/pom.xml " file in
>> the hadoop 2X branches, im not sure wether or not src/test is packaged into
>> a jar anymore... but i fear it is not.
>> Jay Vyas
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