Introduces "Origins" for all your superhero backstory needs. It logs where all the calls are coming from: that's all for the moment. It's explained in the comments and test case, so I'm sure you don't need it all repeated here. No review.
Removed more than 3400 svn '$Id' keywords and related junk.
The standard library will now be laid out approximately like this library/scala /jvm/scala /jvm/jvm1.4/scala /jvm/jvm1.5/scala /jvm/android/scala /jvm/cldc/scala /dotnet/scala To build the standard library for a given target you start by copying the root library/scala tree to a staging area, then move down in the hierarchy copying the nested "scala" trees on top in the staging area. So if you wanted to build for cldc, for example, you would do something like the following: rsync -avz library/scala staging/ rsync -avz library/scala/jvm/scala staging/ rsync -avz library/scala/jvm/cldc/scala staging/ The ant build files will be updated to do this for you automagically, and there will soon be shell script to do this if you want to compile some parts of the standard library manually.
dual mode (generics or not) version of compiler and libraries