Description of problem:
Running sbt projects with sbt installed from Fedora's repository causes various issues with different projects. From classpath issues to ivy2 issues to ...
Also see https://github.com/scalatest/scalatest/issues/248 for some examples.
Fix: remove Fedora sbt and install sbt as per http://www.scala-sbt.org/release/tutorial/Manual-Installation.html
Prior to Fedora providing a custom ivy root etc. (I last tested on fc17) the Fedora-provided sbt worked just fine AFAIR.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
only tested on 0.13.1-5.fc20
Steps to Reproduce:
1. git clone https://github.com/miguno/kafka-storm-starter
2. cd kafka-storm-starter
3. sbt test
(4. disable forking or stop NetworkManager ... which somehow seems to fix the issue)
[error] Uncaught exception when running tests: java.net.NoRouteToHostException: No route to host
sbt.ForkMain$ForkError: No route to host
There was no "Fedora-provided sbt" before F20; you were probably using a Typesafe-provided RPM. As you've noticed, the Fedora-provided sbt prioritizes working with locally-installed and RPM-managed artifacts. I'm interested in finding a solution to allow Fedora's sbt to work more as you might expect for day-to-day development (but continue to work against locally-installed artifacts, which is necessary for building Fedora packages with sbt).
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