David Bernard | 3 Dec 18:58 2008
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[ANN] maven-scala-plugin 2.9

The maven-scala-plugin team is pleased to announce the
maven-scala-plugin-2.9 release!

The maven-scala-plugin is used for
compiling/testing/running/documenting scala code in maven.

Changes in this version include:

New features:
o added support to look in all registered source directories for scala files
o now send all java files to the scala compiler
o added support for automatic integration tests

Fixed Bugs:
o fixed minor issues in documentation xml

Thanks to Josh Suereth, who provided all features and fix of 2.9.

Have fun!

David Pollak | 3 Dec 20:02 2008
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Re: [ANN] maven-scala-plugin 2.9

Awesome!

Do we need to do anything to get the plugin picked up by existing pom.xml files?

On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 9:58 AM, David Bernard <david.bernard.31-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
The maven-scala-plugin team is pleased to announce the
maven-scala-plugin-2.9 release!

The maven-scala-plugin is used for
compiling/testing/running/documenting scala code in maven.

Changes in this version include:

New features:
o added support to look in all registered source directories for scala files
o now send all java files to the scala compiler
o added support for automatic integration tests

Fixed Bugs:
o fixed minor issues in documentation xml


Thanks to Josh Suereth, who provided all features and fix of 2.9.

Have fun!



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David Bernard | 3 Dec 20:22 2008
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Re: [ANN] maven-scala-plugin 2.9

If you set the version of the plugin in your pom.xml you need to change it,
Else calling "mvn -U compile " the next time you compile is enough.

On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 20:02, David Pollak
<feeder.of.the.bears@...> wrote:
> Awesome!
>
> Do we need to do anything to get the plugin picked up by existing pom.xml
> files?
>
> On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 9:58 AM, David Bernard <david.bernard.31@...>
> wrote:
>>
>> The maven-scala-plugin team is pleased to announce the
>> maven-scala-plugin-2.9 release!
>>
>> The maven-scala-plugin is used for
>> compiling/testing/running/documenting scala code in maven.
>>
>> Changes in this version include:
>>
>> New features:
>> o added support to look in all registered source directories for scala
>> files
>> o now send all java files to the scala compiler
>> o added support for automatic integration tests
>>
>> Fixed Bugs:
>> o fixed minor issues in documentation xml
>>
>>
>> Thanks to Josh Suereth, who provided all features and fix of 2.9.
>>
>> Have fun!
>
>
>
> --
> Lift, the simply functional web framework http://liftweb.net
> Collaborative Task Management http://much4.us
> Follow me: http://twitter.com/dpp
> Git some: http://github.com/dpp
>

Antonio Cunei | 23 Dec 14:43 2008

Scala 2.7.3 RC1

Just in time for Christmas, here is the first release candidate of our
new Scala distribution: Scala 2.7.3 RC1. This new version is mainly
intended as a maintenance release: it fixes a number of bugs and
improves on various aspects of the existing code. There are no new
features, however; they are being added instead to a new development
branch, currently in its early stages, that will become the next major
Scala release sometime next year. If no particular problems are found
with this first release candidate, a final Scala 2.7.3 release should
follow in a few weeks.

You can download Scala 2.7.3.RC1, as usual, from our Download Page:
http://www.scala-lang.org/downloads. An updated Scala plugin for
Eclipse is also available (see http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94).

-------- WHAT IS NEW? -------------------------------------------------

There are no new features, as this is essentially a maintenance release;
however, many bug fixes and other improvements are available in this
version, including:

   * fixes for bugs #1460, #1467, #1461, #1464, #1454,
     #1382, #1374, #1402, #1379, #1375, #1241, #1263,
     #1235, #547, #1404, #1390, #1329, #1329, #1367,
     #1323, #1306, #1294, #1249, #508, #1206, #1267,
     #1289, #1271, #998, #1232, #1167, #1315, #820,
     #1083, #1257, #1264, #1358, #1514, #1541
   * fixed IntMap and LongMap.getOrElse
   * several optimisation fixes (dead-code elimination)
   * scaladoc fixes
   * deepToString fixes
   * fixed Queue.enqueue
   * ScalaSwing fixes and improvements
   * optimisation to Range.foreach (#1297)
   * fixed EOF problem with RegexParsers.phrase
   * fixed a problem with files vs. URLs on Windows.
   * fixed problem with partest-created compilers not finding
     scala package.
   * fix for testing.Show on .NET
   * fixes for Windows platform
   * fixed bug where fsc sometimes fails to start
   * fix memory leak in handling GC of actors
   * remove race condition when linking/unlinking actors
   * thread pool in actor runtime now uses Thread.getState()
     instead of timestamps on JVM 1.5, yielding substantial
     performance improvements
   * improve actor scheduling on JVM 1.4
   * fixes to BigDecimal
   * improvements to JVM 1.4 support

Carsten Saager | 23 Dec 15:36 2008
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Re: Scala 2.7.3 RC1

I tried to Update the 2.7.2-final plugin via Eclipse and it offered me a revision with a version of 2.8.0 - is this the correct plugin version or is there a dedicated update-site for the 2.7.3 branch?

/Carsten

On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Antonio Cunei <scala_ml <at> cunei.com> wrote:
Just in time for Christmas, here is the first release candidate of our
new Scala distribution: Scala 2.7.3 RC1. This new version is mainly
intended as a maintenance release: it fixes a number of bugs and
improves on various aspects of the existing code. There are no new
features, however; they are being added instead to a new development
branch, currently in its early stages, that will become the next major
Scala release sometime next year. If no particular problems are found
with this first release candidate, a final Scala 2.7.3 release should
follow in a few weeks.

You can download Scala 2.7.3.RC1, as usual, from our Download Page:
http://www.scala-lang.org/downloads. An updated Scala plugin for
Eclipse is also available (see http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94).

-------- WHAT IS NEW? -------------------------------------------------

There are no new features, as this is essentially a maintenance release;
however, many bug fixes and other improvements are available in this
version, including:

 * fixes for bugs #1460, #1467, #1461, #1464, #1454,
   #1382, #1374, #1402, #1379, #1375, #1241, #1263,
   #1235, #547, #1404, #1390, #1329, #1329, #1367,
   #1323, #1306, #1294, #1249, #508, #1206, #1267,
   #1289, #1271, #998, #1232, #1167, #1315, #820,
   #1083, #1257, #1264, #1358, #1514, #1541
 * fixed IntMap and LongMap.getOrElse
 * several optimisation fixes (dead-code elimination)
 * scaladoc fixes
 * deepToString fixes
 * fixed Queue.enqueue
 * ScalaSwing fixes and improvements
 * optimisation to Range.foreach (#1297)
 * fixed EOF problem with RegexParsers.phrase
 * fixed a problem with files vs. URLs on Windows.
 * fixed problem with partest-created compilers not finding
   scala package.
 * fix for testing.Show on .NET
 * fixes for Windows platform
 * fixed bug where fsc sometimes fails to start
 * fix memory leak in handling GC of actors
 * remove race condition when linking/unlinking actors
 * thread pool in actor runtime now uses Thread.getState()
   instead of timestamps on JVM 1.5, yielding substantial
   performance improvements
 * improve actor scheduling on JVM 1.4
 * fixes to BigDecimal
 * improvements to JVM 1.4 support


Antonio Cunei | 23 Dec 15:56 2008

Re: [scala] Scala 2.7.3 RC1

No, this is incorrect. I will look into that immediately.

Carsten Saager wrote:
> I tried to Update the 2.7.2-final plugin via Eclipse and it offered me a
> revision with a version of 2.8.0 - is this the correct plugin version or is
> there a dedicated update-site for the 2.7.3 branch?
> 
> /Carsten
> 
> On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Antonio Cunei <scala_ml@...> wrote:
> 
>> Just in time for Christmas, here is the first release candidate of our
>> new Scala distribution: Scala 2.7.3 RC1. This new version is mainly
>> intended as a maintenance release: it fixes a number of bugs and
>> improves on various aspects of the existing code. There are no new
>> features, however; they are being added instead to a new development
>> branch, currently in its early stages, that will become the next major
>> Scala release sometime next year. If no particular problems are found
>> with this first release candidate, a final Scala 2.7.3 release should
>> follow in a few weeks.
>>
>> You can download Scala 2.7.3.RC1, as usual, from our Download Page:
>> http://www.scala-lang.org/downloads. An updated Scala plugin for
>> Eclipse is also available (see http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94).
>>
>> -------- WHAT IS NEW? -------------------------------------------------
>>
>> There are no new features, as this is essentially a maintenance release;
>> however, many bug fixes and other improvements are available in this
>> version, including:
>>
>>  * fixes for bugs #1460, #1467, #1461, #1464, #1454,
>>    #1382, #1374, #1402, #1379, #1375, #1241, #1263,
>>    #1235, #547, #1404, #1390, #1329, #1329, #1367,
>>    #1323, #1306, #1294, #1249, #508, #1206, #1267,
>>    #1289, #1271, #998, #1232, #1167, #1315, #820,
>>    #1083, #1257, #1264, #1358, #1514, #1541
>>  * fixed IntMap and LongMap.getOrElse
>>  * several optimisation fixes (dead-code elimination)
>>  * scaladoc fixes
>>  * deepToString fixes
>>  * fixed Queue.enqueue
>>  * ScalaSwing fixes and improvements
>>  * optimisation to Range.foreach (#1297)
>>  * fixed EOF problem with RegexParsers.phrase
>>  * fixed a problem with files vs. URLs on Windows.
>>  * fixed problem with partest-created compilers not finding
>>    scala package.
>>  * fix for testing.Show on .NET
>>  * fixes for Windows platform
>>  * fixed bug where fsc sometimes fails to start
>>  * fix memory leak in handling GC of actors
>>  * remove race condition when linking/unlinking actors
>>  * thread pool in actor runtime now uses Thread.getState()
>>    instead of timestamps on JVM 1.5, yielding substantial
>>    performance improvements
>>  * improve actor scheduling on JVM 1.4
>>  * fixes to BigDecimal
>>  * improvements to JVM 1.4 support
>>
>>
> 

Antonio Cunei | 23 Dec 16:25 2008

Re: [scala-announce] Re: Scala 2.7.3 RC1

Carsten,

I cannot reproduce the problem, Eclipse is offering me a normal upgrade to 
2.7.3.RC1.

You should make sure that in your list of update sites you only include the 
stable plugin update site, and not the nightly (unsupported) site. That is, 
you should have the following in your list:

   http://www.scala-lang.org/scala-eclipse-plugin

but *NOT* the following:

   http://www.scala-lang.org/scala-eclipse-plugin-nightly

If you see this second update site in your list, please remove it (using 
the "Manage sites" button) and refresh the list. You should then be offered 
an upgrade to 2.7.3.RC1.

Please let me know if you encounter further difficulties.
Toni

Antonio Cunei wrote:
> No, this is incorrect. I will look into that immediately.
> 
> Carsten Saager wrote:
>> I tried to Update the 2.7.2-final plugin via Eclipse and it offered me a
>> revision with a version of 2.8.0 - is this the correct plugin version 
>> or is
>> there a dedicated update-site for the 2.7.3 branch?
>>
>> /Carsten
>>
>> On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Antonio Cunei <scala_ml <at> cunei.com> 
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Just in time for Christmas, here is the first release candidate of our
>>> new Scala distribution: Scala 2.7.3 RC1. This new version is mainly
>>> intended as a maintenance release: it fixes a number of bugs and
>>> improves on various aspects of the existing code. There are no new
>>> features, however; they are being added instead to a new development
>>> branch, currently in its early stages, that will become the next major
>>> Scala release sometime next year. If no particular problems are found
>>> with this first release candidate, a final Scala 2.7.3 release should
>>> follow in a few weeks.
>>>
>>> You can download Scala 2.7.3.RC1, as usual, from our Download Page:
>>> http://www.scala-lang.org/downloads. An updated Scala plugin for
>>> Eclipse is also available (see http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94).
>>>
>>> -------- WHAT IS NEW? -------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> There are no new features, as this is essentially a maintenance release;
>>> however, many bug fixes and other improvements are available in this
>>> version, including:
>>>
>>>  * fixes for bugs #1460, #1467, #1461, #1464, #1454,
>>>    #1382, #1374, #1402, #1379, #1375, #1241, #1263,
>>>    #1235, #547, #1404, #1390, #1329, #1329, #1367,
>>>    #1323, #1306, #1294, #1249, #508, #1206, #1267,
>>>    #1289, #1271, #998, #1232, #1167, #1315, #820,
>>>    #1083, #1257, #1264, #1358, #1514, #1541
>>>  * fixed IntMap and LongMap.getOrElse
>>>  * several optimisation fixes (dead-code elimination)
>>>  * scaladoc fixes
>>>  * deepToString fixes
>>>  * fixed Queue.enqueue
>>>  * ScalaSwing fixes and improvements
>>>  * optimisation to Range.foreach (#1297)
>>>  * fixed EOF problem with RegexParsers.phrase
>>>  * fixed a problem with files vs. URLs on Windows.
>>>  * fixed problem with partest-created compilers not finding
>>>    scala package.
>>>  * fix for testing.Show on .NET
>>>  * fixes for Windows platform
>>>  * fixed bug where fsc sometimes fails to start
>>>  * fix memory leak in handling GC of actors
>>>  * remove race condition when linking/unlinking actors
>>>  * thread pool in actor runtime now uses Thread.getState()
>>>    instead of timestamps on JVM 1.5, yielding substantial
>>>    performance improvements
>>>  * improve actor scheduling on JVM 1.4
>>>  * fixes to BigDecimal
>>>  * improvements to JVM 1.4 support
>>>
>>>
>>
> 
> 

Carsten Saager | 23 Dec 16:57 2008
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Re: [scala-announce] Re: Scala 2.7.3 RC1

Yes, I had the nightly site in the list, but even after remove and a restart, Eclipse wanted to update to 2.8. Asking for an install from the site correctly performed the upgrade.

Thanks a lot and happy holidays to you and the team

Carsten

On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 4:25 PM, Antonio Cunei <scala_ml <at> cunei.com> wrote:
Carsten,

I cannot reproduce the problem, Eclipse is offering me a normal upgrade to 2.7.3.RC1.

You should make sure that in your list of update sites you only include the stable plugin update site, and not the nightly (unsupported) site. That is, you should have the following in your list:

 http://www.scala-lang.org/scala-eclipse-plugin

but *NOT* the following:

 http://www.scala-lang.org/scala-eclipse-plugin-nightly

If you see this second update site in your list, please remove it (using the "Manage sites" button) and refresh the list. You should then be offered an upgrade to 2.7.3.RC1.

Please let me know if you encounter further difficulties.
Toni



Antonio Cunei wrote:
No, this is incorrect. I will look into that immediately.

Carsten Saager wrote:
I tried to Update the 2.7.2-final plugin via Eclipse and it offered me a
revision with a version of 2.8.0 - is this the correct plugin version or is
there a dedicated update-site for the 2.7.3 branch?

/Carsten

On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Antonio Cunei <scala_ml <at> cunei.com> wrote:

Just in time for Christmas, here is the first release candidate of our
new Scala distribution: Scala 2.7.3 RC1. This new version is mainly
intended as a maintenance release: it fixes a number of bugs and
improves on various aspects of the existing code. There are no new
features, however; they are being added instead to a new development
branch, currently in its early stages, that will become the next major
Scala release sometime next year. If no particular problems are found
with this first release candidate, a final Scala 2.7.3 release should
follow in a few weeks.

You can download Scala 2.7.3.RC1, as usual, from our Download Page:
http://www.scala-lang.org/downloads. An updated Scala plugin for
Eclipse is also available (see http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94).

-------- WHAT IS NEW? -------------------------------------------------

There are no new features, as this is essentially a maintenance release;
however, many bug fixes and other improvements are available in this
version, including:

 * fixes for bugs #1460, #1467, #1461, #1464, #1454,
  #1382, #1374, #1402, #1379, #1375, #1241, #1263,
  #1235, #547, #1404, #1390, #1329, #1329, #1367,
  #1323, #1306, #1294, #1249, #508, #1206, #1267,
  #1289, #1271, #998, #1232, #1167, #1315, #820,
  #1083, #1257, #1264, #1358, #1514, #1541
 * fixed IntMap and LongMap.getOrElse
 * several optimisation fixes (dead-code elimination)
 * scaladoc fixes
 * deepToString fixes
 * fixed Queue.enqueue
 * ScalaSwing fixes and improvements
 * optimisation to Range.foreach (#1297)
 * fixed EOF problem with RegexParsers.phrase
 * fixed a problem with files vs. URLs on Windows.
 * fixed problem with partest-created compilers not finding
  scala package.
 * fix for testing.Show on .NET
 * fixes for Windows platform
 * fixed bug where fsc sometimes fails to start
 * fix memory leak in handling GC of actors
 * remove race condition when linking/unlinking actors
 * thread pool in actor runtime now uses Thread.getState()
  instead of timestamps on JVM 1.5, yielding substantial
  performance improvements
 * improve actor scheduling on JVM 1.4
 * fixes to BigDecimal
 * improvements to JVM 1.4 support








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