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The Scala Programming Language

The Scala Programming Language
We are very pleased to announce Scala 2.11.0-RC4, the next release candidate of Scala 2.11.0! Download it now from scala-lang.org or via Maven Central. Since RC3, we’ve fixed two blocker bugs, and admitted some final polish for macros and quasiquotes. Here’s the difference between RC4 and RC3. Please do try out this release candidate to help us find any serious regressions before the final release. The next release candidate (or the final) will be cut on Friday April 11, if there are no unresolved blocker bugs.

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