I’m facing the following issue:
Few of dependencies in my project use different versions of the Jackson library. The project itself doesn’t define dependency on it. However when I execute the
command it seems that Gradle decides to resolve the conflict by using the older version of the library.
| ±-- com.fasterxml.jackson.datatype:jackson-datatype-joda:2.7.3 -> 2.6.5
This breaks my app at the runtime. Could you point me to the documentation that explains this behavior? I read that by default Gradle should use the latest version of the dependency. However it does not appear to be the case here.
I’m using Gradle 2.12 (same thing happened with 2.11).
What’s interesting is that when I explicitly state the dependency version in my project to be 2.7.3, Gradle will respect that. By declaring the dependency I mean adding this line to the project’s build.gradle:
compile group: “com.fasterxml.jackson.datatype”, name: “jackson-datatype-joda”, version: “2.7.3”