Fwd: How to learn about scala.tools?

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Fwd: How to learn about scala.tools?

Oliver Ruebenacker
(previously posted to scala-user, now posting to scala-internals)

     Hello,

  I'd love to use scala.tools, but I can't find any authoritative information about it. Is there a website that tells more about it? Such as:

  - License
  - How to tell SBT to include it in a project
  - Version history/schedule

  The strange thing is that when I tell SBT to create an Eclipse project, Eclipse sees scala.tools and happily compiles and runs code using it (which made me believe it is part of the standard library), but at the same time SBT claims that scala.tools does not exist - is this a bug?

  Thanks!

     Best, Oliver

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Re: How to learn about scala.tools?

Simon Ochsenreither-3

  I'd love to use scala.tools, but I can't find any authoritative information about it. Is there a website that tells more about it? Such as:

  - License
  - How to tell SBT to include it in a project
  - Version history/schedule

Assuming that you mean things like the compiler, (or partest, etc.) they have the same license as the rest of Scala.
You can tell SBT to include it by adding e. g. the compiler as a dependency.

The strange thing is that when I tell SBT to create an Eclipse project, Eclipse sees scala.tools and happily compiles and runs code using it (which made me believe it is part of the standard library), but at the same time SBT claims that scala.tools does not exist - is this a bug?

No idea...

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Re: How to learn about scala.tools?

Jerzy Muller
You do need a 'scala-compiler' as a dependency to use 'scala.tools', maybe Eclipse adds it and you don't have it added as dependency in sbt?

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