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From Stevo Slavić <ssla...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Building Kafka 0.8.1 branch with specific Scala version
Date Wed, 09 Apr 2014 15:31:56 GMT
Found that the posh-git shell which comes with GitHub for Windows is
causing this odd CLI behavior (see here for related discussion on Gradle

On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 3:13 PM, Stevo Slavić <sslavic@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Kafka community,
> I'm trying to import Kafka, 0.8.1 branch, in eclipse IDE.
> Gradle eclipse plugin is already applied in Kafka build script.
> If I just run "gradle eclipse", default scala 2.8.0 will be used to
> generate eclipse project files, so classpath will exclude
> kafka/utils/Annotations_2.9+.scala and include
> kafka/utils/Annotations_2.8.scala instead. With eclipse using scala 2.10,
> such Kafka eclipse project doesn't compile. Manual adjusting of classpath
> is possible but dirty.
> So, I want to use scala 2.10.x for Kafka build. Instructions in Kafka's
> readme.md mentions scalaVersion property should be used. Has anyone used
> it? I doubt, since it doesn't work.
> If I run "gradle -PscalaVersion=2.10.1 eclipse", it seems only "2" will be
> recognized as value of scalaVersion property (I see that when I modify
> build script to print scalaVersion property value). Something, and I
> couldn't find yet what (gradle, groovy, java, ...), has issues with dots in
> property value. Escaping dots in value with backslash doesn't help, and
> surrounding value with double quotes also doesn't work.
> Does anyone know what's the root cause and have a solution for this issue?
> Kind regards,
> Stevo Slavic

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