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This week in #Scala (24/02/2012)

Posted by Mark Harrison

24/02/12 09:14

Welcome to another week in #Scala! As usual there's plenty to tell you about, including another (almost final :D) release of Akka 2.0...

 

New Stuff

Akka 2.0-RC2 is now available, including plenty of fixes and improvements since last weeks release, click through for more details.

Scala 2.10.0 Milestone 2 is out, now with a new installer!

ScalaMake - A Make tool for Scala!

Specs2 1.8.2 is now available, adding a few performance improvements since the previous release.

sbteclipse 2.0.0 final is available now! Version 2.0.0 is a complete rewrite of the 1.x branch. Differences compared to sbteclipse 1.x include the ability to configure sbteclipse via settings in addition to options. For example you can define skipParents as a setting now instead of applying it as an option every time run eclipse. Click through for the full release details.

Sindi version 0.5, an IoC (Inversion of Control) container for Scala.

less-sbt, a friendly css companion for coffeescripted-sbt, is now at version 0.1.9.

Treehugger 0.1.1 has been released. Treehugger is a library to code Scala programmatically, generating Scala code by constructing a Scala abstract syntax tree.

LMXML 0.1.1, Light Markup to XML (LMXML) is a library for quickly creating recursive decent markup without the necessary obligation of opening or closing tags.

Blogs and tutorials

As usual feel free to drop me a mail or message @markglh on twitter with any Scala news!

Topics: Scala, Akka, Play, Specs2, sbteclipse

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