Moving to Sbt 0.12.1 (previous commit), caused the project to fail buid. Apparently, the former build definition was relying on un-specd Sbt's behavior.
Provide a canned filter ProblemFilters.exclude[ProblemType]("name") For each binary issue reported, show the syntax to ignore it. Fixes #3
Added ``sbt-buildinfo`` plugin to MiMa core project definition, so that the ``buildVersion`` defined inside ``Build.scala`` is now injected during sbt source-generation phase. Fixed #9
Otherwise can't edit in Eclipse without creating bogus diff
The issue was that the test runner (i.e., ``CollectProblemsTest``), had an hardcoded reference to the Scala library, which is needed to correctly run the test. However, due to recent git-history re-writing (which has considerably reduced the repo's size), the Scala library JAR referenced in the test was no longer available. The fix is to pass the ``testClasspath`` to the test runner, and at the moment the ``testClasspath`` only contains a reference to the Scala library's path used to build the project itself.
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