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Re: Digest for firstname.lastname@example.org - 1 Message in 1 Topic
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 4:34 PM, <scala-tools [at] googlegroups [dot] com> wrote:
Today's Topic Summary
Problem with Kiama migration to Sonatype
- Problem with Kiama migration to Sonatype [1 Update]
Tony Sloane <inkytonik [at] gmail [dot] com> Feb 10 03:57PM +0100
Does anyone know who is actually doing the migration of projects from scala-tools.org to Sonatype's repository?
My com.googlecode.kiama project is published on scala-tools.org.
One of my users just reported that the
address is redirecting to
which doesn't contain Kiama, so Kiama is no longer found when sbt looks for it.
I did hear from the Sonatype people about another project of mine (com.googlecode.sbt-rats) and that appears to have been copied across to the Sonatype repo. However, I haven't heard from them about Kiama, it has not been copied and I don't know whether that's an oversight or whether it's just a work in progress.
So, who is actually doing it and how can I find out when things will be accessible again? It's frustrating for these changes to be happening magically without any clear announcements and breaking things for library users...
I had a similar bug report with one of my scala-tools projects as well
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