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Google data API for Scala ========================================================== April 7, 2008 The GData package contains Scala bindings for Google Data APIs. It consists of a generic XML pickling library, generic data classes and picklers for Atom and Google common elements, authentication and HTTP connection handling. It has specific bindings for the YouTube and Calendar API. Building ======== To build the project you need ant, and a Scala compiler. It has been tested with version 2.7.0 (RC), but should work with the latest stable release as well (2.6.1). Remember to have the environment variable SCALA_HOME pointing to the Scala distribution (it should point to the directory containing 'lib\scala-compiler.jar'. For 2.7.0 it is the directory where you installed Scala, for earlier releases you need to append 'share/scala'). To build, type: ant build Tests ===== To run the tests, type ant test If you have installed emma (http://emma.sourceforge.net/) you can get a report of code coverage during testing. Change the 'emma.dir' ant property to point to your the lib directory of your installation. You can do that by adding the following line in your 'build.properties' file: emma.dir=/path/to/emma-2.0.5312/lib (of course, you might have a different version). Then run ant coverage This will build the tests with instrumentation and run the tests again. You'll find an html report in the 'coverage/' directory. Results are not very precise, since some synthetic methods like $tag, are taken into accound and bring down the coverage percentage.