Top 6 Scala Compiler Projects
Hybrid visual and textual functional programming.Project mention: Official /r/rust "Who's Hiring" thread for job-seekers and job-offerers [Rust 1.58] | reddit.com/r/rust | 2022-01-13
The Scala 3 compiler, also known as Dotty.Project mention: Autowire/sloth replacements for Scala 3 | reddit.com/r/scala | 2022-01-18
The main blocker for such libraries is https://github.com/lampepfl/dotty/issues/11685 now, that also blocks cats-tagless, and hopefully it will be fixed in near future. So if you can wait several months, it would be the easiest choice... so do I :)
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> Both Scala and Kotlin are sufficiently similiar to Java to provide no real benefit
Sorry but "no real benefit" seems to come from a position of ignorance.
I can only talk about Scala which I know pretty well.
While Clojure is a radical departure from Java, being a Lisp, Scala is a departure thanks to its type system and features that help you writing more functional (as in functional programming) code. And I mean this in a good way: it helps you avoid mutations and side-effects, while giving you the freedom to use good old OOP if you wish so. In general it provides tools that help you better express your intent that Java doesn't have.
I think that Java has too much baggage to ever become as good as Scala, especially on the type system side, and, in addition, Scala is also moving forward.
Also don't forget Scala.js , which is rock-solid and just plain amazing, and Scala Native .
Your favorite language gets closer to bare metal.Project mention: MIT Scheme on Apple Silicon | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-12-28
Flexible Intermediate Representation for RTLProject mention: Scala project (FIRRTL) failing to build on NixOS | reddit.com/r/NixOS | 2021-03-22
I think the protoc comes from here?
Scala incremental compiler library, originally part of sbt (by sbt)Project mention: Automatically unlocking concurrent builds and fine-grained caching for Scala and Java with dependency inference | reddit.com/r/scala | 2021-11-29
For those familiar with sbt's incremental Scala compiler library Zinc: we believe that this strategy allows for 90%* of the benefits of Zinc with regard to incremental builds, but with the added benefits of caching and parallelism.
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Autowire/sloth replacements for Scala 3
1 project | reddit.com/r/scala | 18 Jan 2022
Flutter vs PureScript for Web Apps?
1 project | reddit.com/r/Frontend | 24 Dec 2021
Distinguish between pure and impure functions
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Dec 2021
Uncomfortable Truths in Software Engineering
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Dec 2021
How to declare methods on reflection API as top level and usable from other methods?
1 project | reddit.com/r/scala | 5 Dec 2021
sudori part 3
1 project | reddit.com/r/scala | 14 Nov 2021
Thoughts on low/no code?
1 project | reddit.com/r/haskell | 4 Nov 2021
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