Monday 7 November 2022
Paweł Marks, VirtusLab
Scala 3.2.1 is now available!
This version is a bug-fixing release focusing mainly but not exclusively on solving rare issues with code not compiling after upgrading the language version to 3.2.0. This release also brings two notable enhancements:
- You can use published versions of the compiler to experiment with capture checking. You are no longer required to build the compiler from the sources from the experimental branch. Note that the capture-checking feature is still in an early experimental stage and needs lots of work and time before it becomes stable.
- It includes the first batch of frontend changes to generated Scaladoc. You can see the overall direction of changes and some future improvements by visiting the documentation site for the standard library.
Thank you to all the contributors who made the release of 3.2.1 possible 🎉
git shortlog -sn --no-merges 3.2.0..3.2.1, they are:
215 Martin Odersky 94 Filip Łukasik 69 Fengyun Liu 57 Filip Zybała 31 Dale Wijnand 16 Paweł Marks 14 Sébastien Doeraene 10 Guillaume Raffin 9 rochala 8 Chris Kipp 8 Som Snytt 7 Jędrzej Rochala 7 Nicolas Stucki 7 Yichen Xu 6 Jamie Thompson 6 Tom Grigg 5 Kacper Korban 5 noti0na1 2 Arman Bilge 2 Matt Bovel 2 Ondrej Lhotak 2 Quentin Bernet 2 Seth Tisue 2 Tomasz Godzik 1 Adrien Piquerez 1 Florian3k 1 Gagandeep Kalra 1 Jentsch 1 Kieren Davies 1 Michał Pałka 1 Naveen 1 Oron Port 1 Rubin Simons 1 Wojciech Mazur 1 esteban marin 1 naveen