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RE: Towards 0.7.1

From: Alistair Johnson <a.johnson@easli.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2014 15:30:19 +0000
To: Alexandre Bertails <alexandre@bertails.org>
CC: "public-banana-rdf@w3.org" <public-banana-rdf@w3.org>, "rickynils@gmail.com" <rickynils@gmail.com>, "lars.hupel@mytum.de" <lars.hupel@mytum.de>
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Overall reply  would be that this is the first cut of the code - documentation, attribution, etc left for later.

That said, I cc'ed Lars and Rickard  to explicitly point out their (and their groups) contribution to the tiny wrapper library. And if the library is moved (as it perhaps should be) we can fill in the details then.

Alistair

-----Original Message-----
From: bertails@gmail.com [mailto:bertails@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Alexandre Bertails
Sent: 29 November 2014 15:40
To: Alistair Johnson
Cc: public-banana-rdf@w3.org; rickynils@gmail.com; lars.hupel@mytum.de
Subject: Re: Towards 0.7.1

Alistair,

I have a few remarks and questions.

On Sat, Nov 29, 2014 at 8:33 AM, Alistair Johnson <Alistair.Johnson@johnsonusm.com> wrote:
> All,
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> I have released a new version of sbt-scalajs[1] that has the required 
> functionality for the release process.
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> Additionally,  I have been in contact with Rickard Nilsson, the 
> maintainer of scalacheck[2], whom has (quickly) released a new version 
> that cross builds to scalajs; this is already in master. As a result, 
> I have produced a new library zCheck[3] that wraps scalacheck and 
> scalaz’s Speclite

I see that the SpecLite code is just copied, without attribution nor citing the license [1]. Also, I note that the package name was changed from scalaz to zcheck.

I see that Lars was cc-ed, and I am wondering if he has suggestions to make there.

[1] https://github.com/scalaz/scalaz/blob/series/7.2.x/project/build.scala#L132


> in a
> cross-compile format for use in banans-rdf and potentially other projects.
> An obvious target, directly or indirectly,  would be scalaz and 
> shapelessas we are also committed to help them provide scalajs builds in their master.

Is there interest in the scalaz community to release SpecLite as a separate library with scala-js support? I believe that would be the right place for zcheck.

Alistair, I will be on IRC today most of today. Let's discuss the integration, I think I need your new toy this week-end :-)

Alexandre

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> I will next import zCheck into banana-rdf – please have a look at the 
> plugin/library in the meantime.
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> Kind regards
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> Alistair
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> [1] https://github.com/InTheNow/sbt-scalajs

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> [2] https://github.com/rickynils/scalacheck

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> [3] https://github.com/InTheNow/zcheck,

> https://bintray.com/inthenow/releases


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