|Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Sébastien Doeraene||1/6/14 8:45 AM|
Hello everyone, and happy new year!I just tagged and published Scala.js v0.2! Several very nice features have reached master since 0.1, and I have emptied the queue of requested features that can be implemented in a few days' time, so I thought it was a good occasion to tag v0.2.
See all bug fixes for 0.2 in the issue tracker.
A big thank you to all the contributors!
Complete commit list!
|Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Sebastian Nozzi||1/6/14 9:27 AM|
Awesome release / features!
Congratulations and thanks to everyone making this possible :-)
|Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Peluko||1/6/14 1:15 PM|
|Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Benjamin Jackman||1/6/14 1:54 PM|
Wow this is awesome, Great job!...
|Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Li Haoyi||1/7/14 11:55 PM|
I have Scalatags cross-building and cross-testing (copy&pasted tests) great under Scala 2.10 and ScalaJS 0.2; things are looking great =)...
|Re: [Scala.js] Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Sebastian Nozzi||1/8/14 1:04 AM|
2014/1/8 Li Haoyi <haoy...@gmail.com>
Cool! Type-safe, Scala based HTML templating client-side!
Hmmm... how does webjars do it, then? http://www.webjars.org/
|Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Sebastian Nozzi||1/8/14 1:06 AM|
2014 will be the year of Scala.js! :-)
[or does it bring bad luck to make such predictions... I just think of "Linux on the desktop" - by the way, writing from an Ubuntu machine ;-)]
|Re: [Scala.js] Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Sébastien Doeraene||1/8/14 1:33 AM|
We should setup an Artifactory for repo.scala-js.org, I think (currently it's bare sftp). The main issue is finding a server, because Artifactory is too heavy for my personal server. I'll bring this up at the next Scala meeting.Cheers,
On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 10:06 AM, Sebastian Nozzi <sebn...@gmail.com> wrote:
|Re: [Scala.js] Re: Announcing Scala.js v0.2||Adriaan Moors||1/10/14 9:51 AM|
I'd also consider bintray.