Note: 3.2.5 fixes an accidental source compatibility problem related to
futureValue needing empty parentheses in
3.2.4. So while it is binary compatible with 3.2.4, it is intentionally not source compatible with 3.2.4. We
recommend you skip 3.2.4 and go right to 3.2.5.
ScalaTest 3.2.5 is a minor release of ScalaTest that fixes a source compatibility problem related to
empty parentheses in 3.2.4, and supports Scala.js 1.3.0 and Scala 3.0.0-RC1.
Reverted changes that added empty parentheses to futureValue, which in 2.13 and 3.0.0-RC1 will require that users add empty parentheses. (#1986)
Eliminated a memory leak in
Retrying, which was caused by a scheduler that was
never shut down, held from a lazy val. Now create a new scheduler for each task and
shut it down after the task completes execution. (PR#1962)
ScalaTest 3.2.5 is identical to 3.2.4 except for the
ScalaTest 3.2.5 contains no new deprecations.
Scalactic 3.2.5 contains no new deprecations.