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How do I make SBT use scala snapshot from my own repo?
A few hours ago I put up my personal Maven repo at
https://bitbucket.org/xeno.by/mavenrepo/raw/master/, uploaded a custom
snapshot of Scala and tried to build scalacheck against it.
After some googling I found out how to make SBT ignore the standard
scala-tools repo and load Scala from a custom repo, and adjusted
build.sbt accordingly: https://bitbucket.org/xeno.by/mavenrepo/src/d651aa74420e/build.sbt.
However, to my surprise, when presented with scalaVersion := "2.10.0-
SNAPSHOT", SBT still went to scala-tools and ignored the custom repo.
To be 100% sure I destroyed all relevant caches (~/.sbt, ~.ivy2) and
tried again - with no luck.
I think that my repository is fine, since: a) it replicates the
structure of scala-tools.org, b) maven-ant is okay with it and happily
downloads custom Scala snapshot from there:
What could be the problem?