Jason Rosenberg 2012-10-09, 18:40
Hi, I have an svn repo which only contains an extrnal to the kafka svn
core/src and a pom.xml which is a modification of the one I found on kafka
svn co http://xp-dev.com/svn/gridport.co/artifacts/kafka-core/
You can then modify the <distributionManagement/> of the contained pom.xml
to deploy to your own maven and then use as a dependency for producers' and
Or build a standalone jar for packaging kafka server itself:
On 9 October 2012 19:40, Jason Rosenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm just getting started ramping up with kafka (pretty cool so far).
> I wasn't able to find a public repo for the kafka jars (and in looking back
> at the archives for this list, it seems that this question comes up from
> time to time).
> Are there any plans to make kafka integrate better with maven, via a public
> I was able to generate a pom.xml, using "./sbt make-pom". And then upload
> the pom and the jar to our nexus repo, etc. So that's a stop-gap solution
> (albeit cumbersome).
> I am curious, why does the generated pom have a groupId of "kafka" and an
> artifactId of "kafka-core_2.8.0". (what's the 2.8.0 for?).
> Traditionally, apache projects have maven group ids like "org.apache.kafka"
> and artifactId like "kafka-core".
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Neha Narkhede 2012-10-17, 16:54