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Love Jython? Can't get enough JRuby? Groovy? Dynamic languages on the JVM can set you free! Scala? Sure! Let us know what you think here in the Other Languages on the JVM SIG

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The Definitive Guide to Jython

This just in: The Definitive…Continue

Tags: python, jvm, jim baker, java, jython

Started by Michael Levin Aug 19, 2009.

Programming in Scala Book is out!

You may get an e-copy at a pretty low price. Check it out at http://www.artima.com/shop/programming_in_scalaHave fun!-ZContinue

Tags: book, scala

Started by Zemian Deng Nov 22, 2008.

Scala 2.7.2.final release is out!

In case you missed it, the new release marks a important date for them. Besides few big features and bugs fixes added, this release will mark as the implementation reference of their official…Continue

Tags: scala

Started by Zemian Deng Nov 14, 2008.

Using scala scripts to check Java jar files

Here I attached two scripts that might help you working with jar files.Have you tried to verify that a Class must exists in a lib directory that has few dozens jar files? For example I read from a…Continue

Started by Zemian Deng Sep 11, 2008.

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