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Ways to Install This Release
cs install scala:2.12.0-RC1 && cs install scalac:2.12.0-RC1.
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sdk install scala 2.13.10
- On macOS you can also use Homebrew and existing Scala
brew install scala
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sudo port install scala2.xcommand.
For example to install Scala 2.12 simply use
sudo port install scala2.12
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You can find the installer download links for other operating systems, as well as documentation and source code archives for Scala 2.12.0-RC1 below.
|scala-2.12.0-RC1.tgz||Mac OS X, Unix, Cygwin||17.65M|
|scala-2.12.0-RC1.msi||Windows (msi installer)||116.21M|
You can find the links to prior versions or the latest development version below. To see a detailed list of changes for each version of Scala please refer to the changelog.
Note that different major releases of Scala 2 (e.g. Scala 2.11.x and Scala 2.12.x) are not binary compatible with each other. Scala 3 minor releases (e.g. 3.0.x and 3.1.x) follow a different compatibility model .
- Current 3.3.x LTS release:
- Scala 3.3.0 - Released on May 30, 2023
- Current 2.13.x release:
- Scala 2.13.10 - Released on October 13, 2022
- Latest 2.12.x maintenance release:
- Scala 2.12.17 - Released on September 16, 2022
- Last 2.11.x maintenance release:
- Scala 2.11.12 - Released on November 9, 2017
- Last 2.10.x maintenance release:
- Scala 2.10.7 - Released on November 9, 2017
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The Scala 2.12.0-RC1 distribution is released under the 3-clause BSD license.