Macro Paradise 2.1.1 is also available, I hope I did everything right when publishing that release.
2.12.11: The official announcement went out. No reports of regressions have come in.
Vector PR (https://github.com/scala/scala/pull/8534) and the configurable-warnings PR (https://github.com/scala/scala/pull/8373) have both landed. As of a few moments ago, https://raw.githubusercontent.com/scala/community-builds/2.13.x/nightly.properties points to
The replacement of
Vector is a big change, so that’s one that we hope the community will give some additional testing (of both correctness and performance) before release.
Vector did not manage to break Scala.js
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We have now merged the JLine 3 upgrade for the REPL. That was the last big PR for 2.13.2. (A few smaller ones remain.)
Kudos to @som-snytt for doing the initial work on this; a bunch of other folks were helpful in getting it across the finish line.
We invite the community to test the new REPL. See the PR description on https://github.com/scala/scala/pull/8036 for info on what has changed.
We would especially like to know about any regressions on Windows, since most of the development work was done on Linux or MacOS, and since JLine/terminal stuff is especially finicky on Windows.
Note that there are known regressions in tab completion that we hope to address before final release. See https://github.com/scala/scala-dev/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3At%3Ajline3 for known issues. (Some are marked “blocker”, others aren’t.)
The JLine upgrade isn’t the only REPL change that has landed recently:
-Yrepl-use-magic-imports are now enabled by default, that’s https://github.com/scala/scala/pull/8748 . Among other things, this fixes the notorious issue where the REPL was prone to deadlocks (with e.g. parallel collections, but not only).
How to test:
The version to test is
resolvers += "scala-integration" at "https://scala-ci.typesafe.com/artifactory/scala-integration/" scalaVersion := "2.13.2-bin-bc1cad4"
scala-runners is a new coursier-based Scala launcher:
scala --scala-version 2.13.2-bin-bc1cad4
cs launch scala:2.13.2-bin-bc1cad4 \ -r https://scala-ci.typesafe.com/artifactory/scala-integration
Tested the new REPL a bit on my mac an a Windows VM (in bare
cmd, PowerShell and ConEmu
cmd), and JLine loaded and worked well (modulo the known issues that Seth mentioned).
One new issue I found is that running
console a second time within an sbt session breaks (https://github.com/scala/scala-dev/issues/702).
Things are progressing and we are converging on a release. (Perhaps by the end of the week?) No major work remains, but some miscellaneous issues and PRs are still in flight.
2.13.2-bin-018d78b includes a number of REPL fixes (related to the move to JLine 3), some of which were merged just today. There is just one remaining known blocker at https://github.com/scala/scala-dev/labels/t%3Ajline3