Last Sync Status: Validation Failed Last Sync Errors: Invalid POM: /stellar/scala/sdk/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12/0.1.4/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4.pom: Project URL missing, Developer information missing Missing Signature: '/stellar/scala/sdk/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12/0.1.4/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4-sources.jar.asc' does not exist for 'scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4-sources.jar'. Missing Signature: '/stellar/scala/sdk/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12/0.1.4/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4.pom.asc' does not exist for 'scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4.pom'. Missing Signature: '/stellar/scala/sdk/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12/0.1.4/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4-javadoc.jar.asc' does not exist for 'scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4-javadoc.jar'. Missing Signature: '/stellar/scala/sdk/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12/0.1.4/scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4.jar.asc' does not exist for 'scala-stellar-sdk_2.12-0.1.4.jar'. Dropping existing partial staging repository.
email@example.com:lJoublanc/..., but should start with
bintrayOrganizationis set to your bintray username by sbt-bintray.
library-moduleY, etc. — under one single bintray package called
librarywhile still ensuring that all the files corresponding to each module are added there. So far I've only been able to make sbt implicitely create a bunch of packages, each named after the individual module (e.g.
library-moduleX) :sweat_smile: — I really need this, because I have like 15 modules, and I don't want to go to each one individually and link them to JCenter :sweat_smile: , especially since over time some dissappear, others get added, etc.
G'day folks... I'm struggling to publish a hello-world app. I'm getting:
[error] stack trace is suppressed; run last bintrayEnsureBintrayPackageExists for the full output [error] (bintrayEnsureBintrayPackageExists) java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.io.IOException: Remotely closed
In my build.sbt I've defined: bintrayOrganization, bintrayReleaseOnPublish, bintrayRepository, bintrayPackage, bintrayPackageLabels. The repo exists, but this is a first-publish, so the package doesn't exist yet. Credentials are valid and in the ~/.bintray/.credentials file.
scalaVersion := "2.13.1" //"2.13.0" //"2.12.3" resolvers += "co.blocke ivy resolver" at "https://dl.bintray.com/blocke/releases" libraryDependencies ++= Seq("co.blocke" %% "scalajack" % "6.2.0") val pubSettings = Seq( // publishMavenStyle := true, bintrayOrganization := Some("blocke"), bintrayReleaseOnPublish in ThisBuild := false, licenses += ("Apache-2.0", url("http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0")), bintrayRepository := "provisional", bintrayPackage := "bogus", bintrayPackageLabels := Seq("scala") ) lazy val bogus = (project in file(".")) .settings(pubSettings: _*) .settings( version := "0.6.x-0-SPECIAL", moduleName := "bogus", description := "blah", // autoScalaLibrary := false, // crossPaths := false, // sbtPlugin := false, javacOptions in Compile ++= List("-target", "1.8", "-source", "1.8"), javacOptions in (Compile, doc) --= List("-target", "1.8") )