question about scala / sbt contributions to universe
tfinneid at fcon.no
Sat Feb 16 17:07:03 UTC 2019
I am looking into upgrading the scala package to the newest scala 2.12.8
and creating a new package for the scala build tool, Sbt, 1.2.
I have been discussing this with the Debian-java team, but since scala
must be built with the previous version of scala and sbt, and the same
for sbt, the compile graph becomes cyclic.
One solution to this is to include in the source package a previously
built base compilation, to help build the current version sbt and scala.
i.e. if one wants to build sbt 1.2.9, the src package would contain a
downloaded version of 1.2.8. And the same for scala. Its a conundrum.
In the Debian main archive, this is not allowed. I have not gotten an
answer about wether its allowed in the contrib arhcive yet.
My question to the Ubuntu Motu team is, whether there are any such
restrictions in the universe archive?
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