The artifacts of the core of Scala.js 1.0.0 are now on their way to Maven Central. It will still take several days before all the next-to-core satellite projects are published, and it could be weeks until we actually properly announce this release.
Until the official announcement, I ask you not to make any fuss about it. You are encouraged to publish your libraries for Scala.js 1 when possible (refer to the release notes of 1.0.0-RC2), but otherwise please don’t go everywhere shouting out it’s arrived.
The following satellite projects that we maintain have now been published for Scala.js 1.0.0:
The ones that are mentioned in the release notes of 1.x to replace features that were previously in the core: scalajs-cli, scalajs-env-phantomjs, scalajs-env-jsdom-nodejs, scalajs-env-selenium and jsdependencies 1.0.0
The following libraries have been published for Scala.js 1.0.0:
Currently blocked on org.scala-lang.modules::scala-collection-compat. @sjrd any idea who can publish a new version of that? Once that is out, I’ll be able to publish com.lihaoyi::upickle, and that will be it for me
Kudos to Rickard Nilsson for granting merge and publishing authority to a set of maintainers that now includes Aaron Hawley, Daniel Spiewak, and Erik Osheim. (And myself, though mostly as a backup in case we run short.)