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Scalaz is a library written in the Scala Programming Language. One mandate of the library is to depend only on the core Scala API and the core Java 2 Standard Edition API. The intention of Scalaz is to include general functions that are not currently available in the core Scala API. Scalaz is released under a BSD open source licence making it compatible with the licence of the Scala project. The source code for Scalaz is hosted on GitHub: http://github.com/scalaz/scalaz Documentation and downloads are on Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/scalaz/ Snapshots and Releases published to the repository on scala-tools.org. Build Instructions ------------------ The root directory of the project contains the SBT launcher, shell script, and Windows command script. This is the directory structure of the build. |- project + | |-build + | | |- ScalazProject.scala. Project Definition, containing module structure, compiler | | | options, cross module dependencies, etc. | | |- build.properties Version of SBT, Scala, and Scalaz. | | A different version of Scala is used to run SBT and compile | | the Project Definition than is used to compile Scalaz. | |-target Compiled Project Definition | | |- +-boot Versions of Scala Compiler and Library. | |- <mod N> + |-src + | |-main + | | |-scala Source files | | | |-test + | |-scala Test source files | |-lib_managed Managed Dependencies for this module, e.g. Scalacheck. | |-target + | - <scala version M> All built artifacts (classes, jars, scaladoc) for module N built for version M of Scala. 1. ./sbt update (this step is required after a fresh checkout, after changing the version of SBT, Scala, or other dependencies) 2. ./sbt [compile | package | test-compile | test | publish-local | publish] For continuous compilation of a module: $ ./sbt > project scalaz-core > ~compile For other options, read: http://code.google.com/p/simple-build-tool/wiki/DocumentationHome