That's right, if you're the owner of a core community library/framework and
would like to announce your support for 2.10.0-RC1 with the
release announcement, please do the following:
(1) Build your software against 2.10.0-RC1 with 2.10.0-RC1 dependencies.
(2) Publish your software somewhere convenient like maven-central or other
publicly accessible repository.
(3) Respond to this email with the following:
(a) Name of your project
(b) Brief (one sentence) description of the project
(c) URL for the project website
(d) Instructions for obtaining the project.
Here's an example for my scala-arm project (which is published and
Description: Scala-arm provides automated resource management to ensure
all your resources are closed without all the extra work!
Location: "com.jsuereth" % "scala-arm_2.10.0-RC1" % "1.2"
This staging will be given 3 business days to complete, so next Wed is the
deadline for artifacts before we announce the 2.10.0-RC1. We thank
everyone who contributes and look forward to the first RC of the 2.10
For those using SBT, a quick recap of how to grab Scala from sonatype
releases instead of maven central:
You need to run SBT with -Dsbt.boot.properties=<file>. here's what I use
sbt 0.11.3 sbt.boot.properties
Also make sure to specify (if using SBT 0.12.x) scalaBinaryVersion :=
"2.10.0-RC1" in case we have to change binary compatibiity in 2.10.0 before