> Hello Scala Community,
> I'm happy to inform you that the *new and clean* Scala git repository is now
> live and official. Over the next few days, we'll be migrating the rest of
> the ecosystem over to this repository.
> But for now, feel free to clone and test things out!
> https://github.com/scala/scala >
> - Josh
> P.S. If you have old forks, you may want to rename them and git remote
> set-url <old-scala-remote> git://github.com/scala/legacy-svn-scala.git
"Functional Programming for Java Developers" and
"Programming Scala" (O'Reilly)
twitter: @deanwampler, @chicagoscala
Well, we expected to find at least one issue, and we did.
The pull/push binary libs scripts had a last minute fix for windows that unfortunately broke macintosh (due to uname differences between GNU coretools and POSIX).
The *only* change was a single line in the tools/binary-repo-libs.sh script, but this has generated new SHA's for all commits in the repository, so it mandated a re-fork. We've verified that everything works on cygwin, linux and macintosh. Please download and try it out.
I apologize to everyone for the necessity, but forks made today will have to be remade against the current scala/scala because the commit history has been altered.
Note: This is the *LAST* time history in git will be rewritten for Scala. Each head (2.8.x, 2.9.x and master) is up-to-date and working, and we'll use regular old patches to move forward from this point.
Again, I apologize for any inconvenience. We thank everyone for the pull requests so far, and we look forward to many more in the future!