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From Alexis Midon <>
Subject upgrade to scala 2.9.0 [was Fwd: scala questions]
Date Fri, 27 May 2011 08:01:34 GMT
I added some doc about scala 2.9.
I also wrote some specs, however I'm missing something and I can't change
the scala version to 2.9, so the specs are failing. I need your rspec-foo

One point you might want to discuss is the default scala version in buildr.
Could it be upgraded to 2.9.0 or should we stick to 2.8.1 for now?

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From: Alex Boisvert <>
Date: Thu, May 26, 2011 at 4:03 PM
Subject: Re: scala questions

On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 3:51 PM, Alexis Midon <> wrote:

> I've been using scala in some projects and wanted to use the latest 2.9
> version.
> I hit some incompatibilities with version 2.8.1 around the compiler
> and the scalatest version. A patch is already drafted at
> I wanted to share it with you. I'm sure I missed other compatibility
> that you guys will catch.

Cool, I have a similar patch locally so I'll merge both of our changes
together and commit.

> Also, I noticed that, in a same module, you can have sources in src/java
> and
> in src/scala. They will be compiled and packaged in the same jar. Pretty
> cool.
> However it does not seem possible to do similar things with the unit
> Only the scalatest are executed, my java unit tests are ignored.
> Am I missing something here? If it's actually not supported, what is your
> strategy to test both java and scala sources?

You can use JUnit to test both since ScalaTest can be wrapped as JUnit

> Can scalatest run both?

I don't believe so.


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