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grabbing builds for a specific version of Scala. % grabs the dependency exactly as you described it. %% tacks the Scala version into the resource name to
http://stackoverflow.com/question...o-when-setting-up-sbt-dependencies
general, you can use any Java library to connect to protocols and services. Scala compiles to the same kind of JVM classes as Java does. I use scalatra with
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6935479/lift-w-redis-examples
%% "dispatch-http" % "0.8.5" use the following setting: scalaVersion in update := "2.9.0-1" First thing I would do is to ask Paul if that feature could
http://stackoverflow.com/question...a-2-9-0-1-patched-repl-in-sbt-0-10
... scalaVersion := "2.9.0-1" libraryDependencies ++= Seq( "org.scala-tools" %% "subcut" % "0.8" ) ... I'd rather avoid this: "org.scala-tools" %
http://stackoverflow.com/question...scala-version-for-sbt-dependencies
serialization/hydration with lift-json, but without success. As near as I can tell from the package readme, this should work. Help? I'm using Scala 2.8.0 and Lift 2.2
http://stackoverflow.com/question...lizing-case-classes-with-lift-json
distribution? That would be more than welcome and probably help a lot of beginners with Scala, sbt and Eclipse. Claus Tags: eclipse scala sbt try some thing like
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-sbteclipse-working-with-scala-2-9
installed here so I can't test this I tried that, it still gives the same error, after clean and build. Scala, Eclipse and Eclipse Scala Plugin versions?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5702789/error-in-scala-dispatch
dependencies? For example, for slf4s only this line is mentioned: val slf4s = "com.weiglewilczek.slf4s" %% "slf4s" % "1.0.6 Where do I need to put this line, and
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ving-project-dependencies-with-sbt
build a REST service in Scala, but the JSON serialization is where I am stuck, as I would prefer to use something written in Scala. Unfortunately there
http://stackoverflow.com/question...for-scala-2-8-1-for-use-in-eclipse
would be the best approach to read and understand such code in Scala? Tags: scala scala-2.8 squeryl It can only come from import sbt._ or from
http://stackoverflow.com/question...approach-to-reading-scala-dsl-code