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question about l2switch of beryllium,help me please!!!!

asked 2016-03-20 18:37:13 -0800

creasyboy2002 gravatar image

updated 2016-03-21 19:42:19 -0800

why version of l2switch of beryllium is 0.3.1SNAP-SHOT,but Integration of beryllium require l2switch of 0.3.0 SNAP-SHOT? I met this problem while I install from source code.

I want to make some change to the l2switch source code,but the change didn't take affect when I integrate it with integration
project. The beryllium integration project depends l2switch of version 0.3.0SNAP-SHOT,but the version of beryllium l2switch is 0.3.1 SNAP-SHOT.

Can any master tell me how to build beryllium from source code?

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answered 2016-03-28 07:34:38 -0800

zxiiro gravatar image
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In Maven SNAPSHOT builds are temporary and not official releases so artifacts are meant to be dropped eventually. Every time we release a new branch we bump the last digit by 1. So when Beryllium was released our dev artifacts went from 0.3.0-SNAPSHOT to 0.3.1-SNAPSHOT. We just released Beryllium-SR1 last week so our version numbers have bumped again to 0.3.2-SNAPSHOT.

If the pom files you check in your code is behind I suspect it's because you have not pulled down the latest source code. I would recommend you run a "git pull" and make sure that the code you have checked out is up date in all repositories you are using.

Hope this helps.

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thank for you help. I used to think it is the version problem too.I tried "git pull" then,but it did not work. Isn't Beryllium a stable released version? I did not find the Beryllium-SR1's souce code. How to use that code?

creasyboy2002 ( 2016-03-31 00:20:23 -0800 )edit

thank you ,I solve the problem. the reason is that i did not use the tag version. Thank you very much

creasyboy2002 ( 2016-04-01 00:46:18 -0800 )edit
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answered 2016-03-31 00:19:48 -0800

creasyboy2002 gravatar image

thank for you help. I used to think it is the version problem too.I tried "git pull" then,but it did not work. Isn't Beryllium a stable released version? I did not find the Beryllium-SR1's souce code. How to use that code? using git branch -a ,I just find these branches. master pre-boron * stable/beryllium stable/lithium remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/master remotes/origin/pre-boron remotes/origin/stable/beryllium remotes/origin/stable/helium remotes/origin/stable/lithium

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