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scala jpa

Tim Pigden

Hi. I'm about to recommence using scala jpa (not directly from Lift
initially) . Which version do I need and how do I get hold of the java
docs?
I tried to "download" from github and it's been carrying out a
"hardcode archiving action" for the last 10 minutes.
Thanks
Tim
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Re: scala jpa

Tim Pigden

Ok looks it did the download straight away. I'm not sure what the
"hardcode archiving action" is but I just closed the popup and it
seemed harmless. This gives me code from 09/07. is that the latest?
Thanks
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Re: scala jpa

Derek Chen-Becker-4
Actually, if you're not using Maven (which would do this for you), the latest releases are at:

http://scala-tools.org/repo-releases/org/scala-libs/scalajpa/

If you want snapshots (built from trunk), they're here:

http://scala-tools.org/repo-snapshots/org/scala-libs/scalajpa/

Of course, the way you did it pulling from Git works, too, but then you have to build it yourself :)

Derek

On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 5:18 AM, TSP <[hidden email]> wrote:

Ok looks it did the download straight away. I'm not sure what the
"hardcode archiving action" is but I just closed the popup and it
seemed harmless. This gives me code from 09/07. is that the latest?
Thanks



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