Announcing Scala.js 0.6.32

Jan 24, 2020.

We are pleased to announce the release of Scala.js 0.6.32!

This is mostly a bugfix release, including a fix for a regression in regular expressions that appeared in 0.6.31 (#3901). This release also adds the definitions for some recent methods of js.Object, thanks to @exoego, and the JDK interface java.util.function.Consumer, thanks to mliarakos.

Read on for more details.

Getting started

If you are new to Scala.js, head over to the tutorial.

Release notes

If you use .scala build files in project/ and are upgrading from Scala.js 0.6.22 or earlier, do read the release notes of 0.6.23, which contain a source breaking change in that situation.

If upgrading from Scala.js 0.6.14 or earlier, make sure to read the release notes of 0.6.15, which contain important migration information.

As a minor release, 0.6.32 is backward binary compatible with previous releases in the 0.6.x series. Libraries compiled with earlier versions can be used with 0.6.32 without change. 0.6.32 is also forward binary compatible with 0.6.{29-31}, but not with earlier releases: libraries compiled with 0.6.32 cannot be used by projects using 0.6.{0-28}.

Please report any issues on GitHub.



The interface java.util.function.Consumer is now available, thanks to a contribution by mliarakos.

Bug fixes

Among others, the following bugs have been fixed in 0.6.32:

  • #3901 TypeError in regular expressions (regression from Scala.js 0.6.29)
  • #3888 Linking errors on Scala 2.11 if an object is named class
  • #3913 behaves differently between JS and JVM
  • #3922 Wrong maxBytesPerChar for CharsetEncoder

You can find the full list on GitHub.