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Gradle error “package does not exist” when importing previously published library on my local Maven

 
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I've created a simple library using Gradle and published it on my default (~/.m2/repository) maven repository location. It contains a single public class (Library) and i've checked that it exists on the repository along with the pom.xml file which is below:


The build.gradle file of this library is the following:


Now i want to "consume" this library so i create an other Gradle project with the following build.gradle file:



When i run gradle dependencies --configuration implementation I get the output:



Then i try to import my library in the new project with import com.appstract.saavMathLib.Library; and when i try to build the project it gives me the error error: package com.appstract.saavMathLib does not exist

What am i doing wrong please?
 
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