Seems maven central changed, and building on linux fails due to lack of eclipse platform dependency.
Failed to execute goal on project uimaj-ep-debug: Could not resolve dependencies for project org.apache.uima:uimaj-ep-debug:jar:2.10.0-SNAPSHOT: Failed to collect dependencies at org.eclipse.jdt:org.eclipse.jdt.debug.ui:jar:3.2.0 -> org.eclipse.jdt:org.eclipse.jdt.ui:jar:3.12.2 -> org.eclipse.platform:org.eclipse.search:jar:3.11.1 -> org.eclipse.platform:org.eclipse.ui:jar:3.108.1 -> org.eclipse.platform:org.eclipse.swt:jar:3.105.2 -> org.eclipse.platform:org.eclipse.swt.gtk.linux.aarch64:jar:[3.105.2,3.105.2]: No versions available for org.eclipse.platform:org.eclipse.swt.gtk.linux.aarch64:jar:[3.105.2,3.105.2] within specified range
The step after org.eclipse.jdt.debug.ui:3.2.0 appears to hit new artifacts uploaded Jan 7. The failing one has a machine qualifier: "aarch64" which is for an "ARM" machine. So the build probably needs to be directed to not build for that architecture?
Build was on "ubuntu" machine, which is unlikely to be an "arm" - so probably something is wrong with the maven upload that happened on Jan 7. Investigating.
There are multiple artifacts missing in maven central from the Jan 7 update. The fix seems to be to exclude somewhat high up in the chain of dependencies. Added 4 exclude points determined by trial and error to ep-debug and ep-launcher, the other projects don't seem to have an issue. Now builds.