ScalaTest/Scalactic 3.2.11 Release Notes

ScalaTest/Scalactic 3.2.11 (for Scala 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, 3.0; on the JVM, JavaScript, and native) includes the enhancements listed below.

For information on how to include ScalaTest in your project, see the install page. For information on how to use Scalactic in your production code, see its install page.



ScalaTest


ScalaTest 3.2.11 is a minor release of ScalaTest that makes bug fixes, few enhancements, and supports Scala.js 1.7.x and Scala 3.0.x.

Bug Fixes

Changed Valuable class in EitherValues to EitherValuable, and in OptionValues to OptionValuable, for Scala 3 build. (PR #2094)

Fixed crashing problem when encounters non-serializable throwable or payload in exceptions when running in fork mode by wrapping them as NotSerializableWrapperException or None. (PR #2086)

Fire RunAborted event when error in creating dispatch reporter, fixing hang problem when it happens. (PR #2090)

Enhanced checkInOrder implementation in Sequencing.scala to allow other objects to appear in right-hand aggregation as well. (PR #2072)

Improvements

Updated to use scala-js 1.7.1. (PR #2067)

Updated to use Ant 1.10.12. (PR #2091)

Updated to scala-xml 2.0.1 for Scala 2.12 and above builds. (PR #2093)

Updated to use scala-native 0.4.3. (PR #2098)

Deprecations

ScalaTest 3.2.11 contains no new deprecations.



Scalactic


Bug Fixes

Enhanced Scala 3 macro to support OrderingOps correctly. (PR #2089)

Improvements

Updated to use scala-js 1.7.1. (PR #2067)

Updated to use Ant 1.10.12. (PR #2091)

Updated to scala-xml 2.0.1 for Scala 2.12 and above builds. (PR #2093)

Updated to use scala-native 0.4.3. (PR #2098)

Deprecations

Scalactic 3.2.11 contains no new deprecations.




ScalaTest/Scalactic Contributors

Thanks to the contributors for the ScalaTest/Scalactic 3.2.11 release:

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