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Status  Completed
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Uploaded At 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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Version (Raw) 23.3.1
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  • Major: 23
  • Minor: 3
  • Patch: 1
  • Type: SemVer (Strict)
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Artifact Id timer
Group Id tech.pegasys.teku.internal
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Packaging jar
Checksum (MD5) 1b63e5b7653f5a5db265e48acfaa8fe0
Runtime >= 31.1-jre | org.apache.commons:commons-lang3 >= 3.12.0 | org.apache.logging.log4j:log4j-api >= 2.17.2 | org.apache.logging.log4j:log4j-core >= 2.17.2 | org.apache.logging.log4j:log4j-slf4j-impl >= 2.17.2 | org.quartz-scheduler:quartz >= 2.3.2 | tech.pegasys.teku.internal:async >= 23.3.1 | tech.pegasys.teku.internal:infrastructure-events >= 23.3.1 | tech.pegasys.teku.internal:serviceutils >= 23.3.1 | tech.pegasys.teku.internal:unsigned >= 23.3.1
Compile org.assertj:assertj-core >= None | tech.pegasys.teku.internal:timer >= 23.3.1
Excluded com.mchange:* = all
pkg timer-23.3.1.jar 6
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module timer-23.3.1.module 0
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sources timer-23.3.1-sources.jar 0
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test-fixtures timer-23.3.1-test-fixtures.jar 0
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Package Contents (timer-23.3.1.jar)

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dependencies {
  implementation 'tech.pegasys.teku.internal:timer:23.3.1'

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Add the following to your project build.sbt file:

libraryDependencies += "tech.pegasys.teku.internal" % "timer" % "23.3.1"

Add the following to your project project.clj file:

:dependencies [[tech.pegasys.teku.internal/timer "23.3.1"]]

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