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(MAINT) Fix pom deps re: asm #2401

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Recent versions of JRuby core bumped their jnr-posix dependencies
to version 3.0.9, which has transitive dependencies on jnr-ffi 2.0.1
and asm-* 5.0.3. However, JRuby core was still expressing explicit
dependencies on jnr-ffi 2.0.0 and asm-* 4.0. These conflicting
dependencies cause build failures when used with tools that do
strict validation.

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(MAINT) Fix pom deps re: asm
Recent versions of JRuby core bumped their jnr-posix dependencies
to version 3.0.9, which has transitive dependencies on jnr-ffi 2.0.1
and asm-* 5.0.3.  However, JRuby core was still expressing explicit
dependencies on jnr-ffi 2.0.0 and asm-* 4.0.  These conflicting
dependencies cause build failures when used with tools that do
strict validation.

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@enebo enebo merged commit c78272f into jruby:jruby-1_7 Dec 31, 2014

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enebo commented Dec 31, 2014

HEH. I spent so much time releasing and re-releasing poms to get everything lined up... Thanks for hopefully the final change for a while.

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cprice404 commented Dec 31, 2014

poms are so much fun :)

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