I have a Scala project that depends on a number of libraries built against 2.9.0-1. I'm interested in applying a new small patch from upstream that fixes the Scala REPL to no longer execute each line in a new thread. I should be able to download the Scala sources, apply the patch, and ant-build everything myself, but is there any way to make sbt (or at least the
console command) use this build?
It's also important to be able to reproduce this environment on all our dev boxes, so we're interested in minimizing out-of-band hacks. We have a corp maven repository, but not sure how to "override" things such that Scala 2.9.0-1 is fetched from here (if that's even the best approach for this problem).
Publish the custom Scala jars to the corporate repository with a unique version and use that unique version as the value for your
scalaVersion setting. Reusing the same version for different artifacts is problematic for caches as well as keeping track of exactly which jar is being used.
To set the Scala version used to locate cross-built managed dependencies, such as
"net.databinder" %% "dispatch-http" % "0.8.5"
use the following setting:
scalaVersion in update := "2.9.0-1"