[scala-tools] Mailing list reminder: Scala-tools

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[scala-tools] Mailing list reminder: Scala-tools

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Welcome to the "Scala-tools" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-tools" mailing list:

This list is devoted to all the community-contributed
tools and frameworks developed specifically for the
Scala language, as well as plugins and modules aimed
at integrating existing tools and the Scala system.


Examples are the Scala IDE plugins, sbaz, scalap, and
the many available editor plugins, but the
discussion can also cover sbt, Specs, ScalaTest, etc.

The set of topics that are discussed on this list
include both the usage of these tools, as well as
their development.

Whilst general discussion covering the Scala IDE for
Eclipse is welcome here, the main forums for user
support and for development are now hosted at
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-user and
http://groups.google.com/group/scala-ide-dev.

Occasionally discussed on the list are also access
to the scala-tools.org website (maintained by the
Scala community and not by EPFL) and Maven
integration, as well as the Lift framework.

More rarely discussed, however, is the use of
general third-party tools that require no specific
integration effort in order to be usable with Scala.

If you are interested, for instance, in using some
specific Java library from Scala, your question is
more appropriately directed to "scala-user" instead.

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Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

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Thank you!
The Scala Team