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This image comes from an article titled, A founder’s perspective on four years with Haskell. I appreciate his honesty about the Haskell ecosystem. I remember wanting to use Haskell for some JSON parsing, and when I looked around for a Haskell/JSON library, all I could find was some tutorials on how to build your own.
SBT FAQ: How do I load multiple library dependencies in SBT? (i.e., what is the correct syntax?)
Solution: Use a
Seq with the
libraryDependencies syntax in your build.sbt file:
I've been trying to find some good Scala currency and money libraries lately, and I just ran across the following list of projects on the Joda Money Github project. That URL contains the following list of Java and JVM-based projects that should all be usable in Scala:
I can never remember the name "unfiltered", so yesterday I kept trying to google for "web service framework", and to my surprise, Google wasn't showing unfiltered. In fact, it didn't show other tools like Scalatra, though it did show Play in the top ten.
So today's post is an effort to help Google out a little bit here. If you're looking for good Scala web service frameworks, check out these tools:
In my inaugural PHP entry, an answer to a simple question: Where are PHP libraries installed?
Answer: I just installed a PHP library named
HTTP_Request using PEAR (the PHP Extension and Application Repository), and it was installed into the following directory:
A Java compile example: How to compile a Java program from a Unix/Linux shell script.
From time to time circumstances come up where I don't have Ant or an Ant-based project to compile my Java programs. On those occasions (which are very rare these days), I typically use a Linux shell script to compile my Java classes. I thought I'd share this "java compile" shell script here today.