nir_zamir 2013-04-22, 09:16
I think there may be a bug in Avro's Maven configuration so that 'mvn
install' doesn't work on a clean checkout. Please instead try 'mvn
test install -DskipTests'. If that works then please file a bug
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 2:16 AM, nir_zamir <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I had to re-create my local Maven repository, and since then I'm not able to
> compile Avro (I need to do it to test a patch).
> Just to make sure I'm doing the right thing:
> 1. Get the 'trunk' from SVN
> 2. mvn install (at trunk/avro/avro-mapred)
> It always fails on stuff related to 'Idl', for example:
> Error injecting constructor, java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation
> The import org.apache.avro.compiler.idl.Idl cannot be resolved
> The import org.apache.avro.compiler.idl.ParseException cannot be resolved
> I noticed that there's indeed no Idl.java. but there is:
> (it looks like someone explicitly renamed the file).
> Anyway, this class seems to be needed in various projects.
> Does anyone have an idea what is happening and how it can be resolved?
> Thanks a lot,
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nir_zamir 2013-04-23, 06:38
Doug Cutting 2013-04-23, 16:45
nir_zamir 2013-04-28, 09:02