# multiplatform

Big Chungus

02/02/2020, 8:09 PM
Did anyone manage to link their MPP library published to bintray to jcenter? I've been banging my head at this for weeks now, and from the latest response from bintray support it seems impossible:
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1.) JCenter hosts open source applications using the Maven naming convention which has 3 components. For example, a valid allocated path might be: org/apache/maven

2.) You can only have one JCenter path assigned to one bintray package. Since the above requires 3 components your path options are the following: 

Do I get this right and that essentially means there's no way to publish MPP libraries with gradle metadata to any mainstream maven repo?


02/02/2020, 8:23 PM
I answered to that something like "it is Kotlin multiplatform library with artifacts for Windows, Linux and Mac, published with Gradle enableFeaturePreview("GRADLE_METADATA") from <link to my GitHub repo>" And tomorrow it was linked to jcenter. But it was more than year ago, don't know how it goes now.
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Big Chungus

02/05/2020, 11:44 AM
@msink could you share the link to bintray kotlin MPP lib you've managed to get linked to jcenter?