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- Sbt will only compile source code that has changed and when nessessary. Why wait around for something to be recompiled when you can be doing more productive work?
+ Sbt will only compile source code that has changed and when necessary. Why wait around for something to be recompiled when you can be doing more productive work?
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- All build tasks and commands can be re-triggered when dependant source code changes by prepending the <code>~</code> modifier, leaving you free to focus on your craft and not on life-wasting repetition.
+ All build tasks and commands can be re-triggered when dependent source code changes by prepending the <code>~</code> modifier, leaving you free to focus on your craft and not on life-wasting repetition.
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- By default, build tasks that do not depend on one another in execute parallel. This also applies to your tests. Instead of sequentially executing your tests, Sbt will run them in parallel.
+ By default, build tasks that do not depend on one another execute in parallel. This also applies to your tests. Instead of sequentially executing your tests, Sbt will run them in parallel.
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- Close your eyes. Now open them. You no longer have to manage your dependencies in XML. Sbt provides a simple declarative dsl for weaving together what your library dependencies on and takes care of the rest.
+ Close your eyes. Now open them. You no longer have to manage your dependencies in XML. Use a simple declarative DSL to add dependencies and sbt takes care of the rest.
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