Adios to Winter Bash I have tested the jar I built in my test and QA regions without any problems to date. I'm using this ivy. Email Required, but never shown.
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By default I think Ivy uses the ibiblio servers in Maven2 mode to retrieve its dependencies. As to why it's listed as optional, there are several reasons someone would do that, but in this case, it looks like the Hibernate team just hasn't decided on the actual dependency scope: Sign up using Email and Password.
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I have tested the jar I built in my test and QA regions without any problems to date. There are a lot of copy pasted text in this question which makes javassisst-3.4.ga.jar look complicated.
And to be honest, it's a lot of information! I suspect missing dependencies, but I'm using Apache Ivy which I thought would get transitive dependencies automatically from the Maven2 repository ibiblio, but there clearly are dependencies missing see headline lower in the post about dependencies.
In order to get around the problem I went ahead and downloaded javassistt-3.4.ga.jar source and built the project myself.
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I'd explicitly specify javassist in your project as a dependency and seee if that works. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Is there anything that can be done to get around this issue?