While trying to use my own project at work, where we use Gradle as a build system, I found that retrieving a snapshot dependency from a Maven repository was not particularly well supported. Since it at best required some non-default behaviour (if it's at all supported, I never found a solution), I leapt into action, much like a ninja mongoose, determined to rectify the situation immediately. So, just a short(!) 8 days later, I'm proud to announce that Mutability Detector is available from Maven Central, as a bonafide release version.
The relevant details now are:
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Mutability Detector is packaged as a single JAR, which can be used for runtime analysis, as an assertion mechanism in unit testing, or as a standalone application launched from the command line.
The 0.6 release which made it to Maven Central also fixed two issues I mentioned in the previous post (discussed here, and here), which are fairly significant.
As always, if you're a user with any questions or issues, please let me know. Well, if you're a user with no issues, it would be nice to hear that you actually exist...