Thanks for heads up Sean!
This is a long and complicated story. In short, Spark shades Guava 14
except for a few classes that were accidentally used in a public API
(Optional and a few more it depends on). So "provided" is more of a
Maven workaround to achieve a desired effect. It's not "provided" in
the usual sense.
On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 12:24 PM, Stevo Slavić <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello Apache Spark community,
> spark-core 1.3.0 has guava 14.0.1 as provided dependency (see
> What is supposed to provide guava, and that specific version?
> Kind regards,
> Stevo Slavic.