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Paul Brauner
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Hello,
I've been reading "deprecating the observer pattern", reading Ingo's scaladay's article and watching his scala exchange talk. I'm really excited by this project. Does anyone have any news about when the library becomes available so that we can play with it?
Cheers,Paul  
Philippe Lhoste
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Re: scala.react

On 07/09/2011 21:06, Paul Brauner wrote:
> I've been reading "deprecating the observer pattern", reading Ingo's scaladay's article
> and watching his scala exchange talk. I'm really excited by this project. Does anyone have
> any news about when the library becomes available so that we can play with it?

See in http://lamp.epfl.ch/~imaier/
Also found a tweet (June 2) about putting this on GitHub soon...

Paul Brauner
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Re: scala.react
Yes, I've seen the tgz but it's really old (it's there since the first paper). I've seen the tweet too.. I guess I'll wait :)
Paul
Arjan Blokzijl
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Re: Re: scala.react
And to whet your appetite: Ingo gave a presentation about it at the Scala Exchange in London this year, the video is available here: http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/scala/reactors


On 8 September 2011 12:24, Paul Brauner <polux2001 [at] gmail [dot] com> wrote:
Yes, I've seen the tgz but it's really old (it's there since the first paper). I've seen the tweet too.. I guess I'll wait :)
Paul

Philippe Lhoste
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Re: scala.react

On 08/09/2011 12:24, Paul Brauner wrote:
> Yes, I've seen the tgz but it's really old (it's there since the first paper). I've seen
> the tweet too.. I guess I'll wait :)

Of course, if you search react in ScalaDoc, you will find them in actors and Swing...
And maybe you can be interested by Reactive: https://github.com/nafg/reactive

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