Sorry : -1 : there are problems with the source code.
* There are two different apache-any23-2.2-src.zip files.
* There are no md5 for the proposed dist/any23
* The build depends on SNAPSHOTs
== 2 different apache-any23-2.2-src.zip
I can't get things to agree:
apache-any23-2.2-src.zip is 2350548 bytes
This is the right one (?) but it is hard to find.
apache-any23-2.2-src.zip is 2311075 bytes
They have different files in them by about 30 files but unpack to the
same directory name.
The repo one is newer.
The repo one has a apache-any23-2.2-src.zip.md5 which aligns with it.
There seems to be a process problem because .asc in the proposed dist
are checksum'ed but not the files themselves. Download checksums are
The names of these files MUST be formed by adding to the name of the
artifact the following suffixes:
== SNAPSHOTS 1
This is not in central.maven.org.
(BTW it is from 2011)
== SNAPSHOTS 2
mvn clean install (on dist version of apache-any23-2.2-src.zip)
pulls in any23 SNAPSHOTS:
~/.m2/repo >> find org/apache/any23/ -type d -name \*SNAPSHOT\*
I guess 1.2-SNAPSHOT comes via the plugin SNAPSHOTS. - it's not in any
Finding the source:
Because any32 uses "src", not "source-release" (which is what the Apache
parent POM produces) and there are also "sources.jar" binaries, it's not
clear what's what.
At a minimum I suggest creating "source-release", not "src", for
dist/any23 to clarify the different files.
Another way would be to have
or rely on maven for binaries and only put the master source code on