On Fri, 2014-04-18 at 17:54 +0200, Emmanuel Bourg wrote:
> Thank you for stepping in Russel.

No problem, glad to help.

> Just to clarify the "unique version policy" isn't an absolute
> requirement. If it's necessary multiple versions of an application or
> library can be packaged (for example JUnit 3 and 4, Maven 2 and 3,
> Tomcat 6&7&8, ASM 3 and 4, etc).
> Thanks to your explanations it becomes clear I think that we must
> package groovy 2 separately, and keep the original groovy package at
> version 1.8.6 until the transition to Gradle 2 is complete.

This (mostly) works for me. If there is (Groovy|Gradle|Grails|Griffon)
(1|2|3) then the dependency problem becomes a lot less painful.

PS I am fairly sure we've collaborated before, was it something such as
Commons CLI?

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