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design and the implementation of the Scala system.

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commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
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Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
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Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

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The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
The Scala Team

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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
The Scala Team

Scala Mailing Lists
Joined: 2011-04-21,
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Mailing list reminder: Scala-internals

Welcome to the "Scala-internals" mailing list.

This automatic reminder is sent once a month to the list,
to keep subscribers up-to-date with the mailing list services,
and to help keeping the list on topic.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

The "Scala-internals" mailing list:

This is the mailing list that developers of the Scala
compiler and libraries use to discuss the core internal
design and the implementation of the Scala system.

This list is normally only used by developers who
commit code to the Scala code base; it is open to the
general public in order to make the development process
more transparent.

Please only create new threads if you commit to the
Scala code base, and you need to discuss the internals
of the Scala system.

General programming questions and bug reports should be
addressed to "scala-user" instead. For all general
questions and other discussions, please use the
"scala-language" mailing list instead.

-------------------------------------------------------------------

Other information:

There are several Scala lists devoted to individual topics (and
more may be created in the future). For the full list, please
see: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/199

Try to avoid cross-posting whenever possible. If you can, select
the list that is closer to your topic and post in that list only.
In any case, never cross-post replies.

If you ever want to unsubscribe from this list, just visit this
page: http://groups.google.com/group/scala-internals/subscribe
or send an email to scala-internals+unsubscribe [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Thank you!
The Scala Team

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