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From Navina Ramesh <nram...@linkedin.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: SAMZA-469 - scala 2.11 / move to java?
Date Thu, 10 Nov 2016 22:18:31 GMT
Hi Thunder,
Sorry about the late response. I was refreshing my memory of SAMZA-469 :)

Is there something preventing this from getting into a release?
> Seems to me like the main roadblock on upgrading to scala 2.11 was
related to JDK6. We have already moved away from JDK6 and JDK7. So, I don't
see anything blocking us from upgrading to scala 2.11, if someone can
invest some time and push it out the door :)

There is mention in that issue of going away from scala altogether.  Is
there another issue which details this? When would that happen?
> By going away, I believe we decided to not add more scala code/dependency
to the code base so that eventually, we can replace them all with jdk based
lambdas. There is no concrete plan on when and how this will happen. So,
imo, it wouldn't be anytime soon :D

if some effort is needed to make the move to 2.11, we would be glad to help
out!
> That will be much appreciated! I don't think we have seen any strong
motivation for doing this within LinkedIn. If you guys can help us upgrade,
that will be awesome!!

Thanks!
Navina

On Mon, Nov 7, 2016 at 11:30 AM, Thunder Stumpges <tstumpges@ntent.com>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> We are looking to get our projects upgraded to scala 2.11 as some of our
> dependencies are dropping their compiling of 2.10 libraries. We found
> SAMZA-469 which looks to have had a patch for some time, however the last
> couple comments seem pretty shaky about when (or if!?) support will be
> available.
>
> Is there something preventing this from getting into a release?
>
> There is mention in that issue of going away from scala altogether.  Is
> there another issue which details this? When would that happen?
>
> Thanks, and if some effort is needed to make the move to 2.11, we would be
> glad to help out!
> Thunder Stumges
>
>


-- 
Navina R.

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