Scala manifest attributes.
The development Scala version, if this is not a final release.
Some(version) if this is a non-final version, None if this is a final release or the version cannot be read.
This is the default text encoding, overridden (unreliably) with
Can the java version be determined to be at least as high as the argument? Hard to properly future proof this but at the rate 1.
true iff the underlying operating system is a version of Apple Mac OSX.
true iff the underlying operating system is a version of Microsoft Windows.
The default end of line character.
The name of the properties file
The numeric portion of the runtime Scala version, if this is a final release.
Some(version) if this is a final release build, None if it is an RC, Beta, etc. or was built from source, or if the version cannot be read.
The loaded properties
This is the encoding to use reading in source files, overridden with -encoding Note that it uses "prop" i.
Either the development or release version if known, otherwise the empty string.
The version number of the jar this was loaded from plus "version " prefix, or "version (unknown)" if it cannot be determined.