Chris. Is your source online? I do 95% of my work in Scala these days and have not had trouble with the inspectors.
I noticed the Scala code too, Sean. I've been using it a lot with
MASON lately. The sim I'm working on right now is actually coded in
100% scala, linked to the MASON jar, and built in maven. It makes
things a lot easier to work with, even if it is a little slower than
pure java in some places.
The only hitch I've hit using scala with MASON is that my inspectors
don't want to work properly when I go to look at an individual agent,
but honestly I haven't care enough to really try and figure out why...
On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 7:26 PM, Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Full GPL? Wouldn't that prohibit people from distributing models without source? [hmmm, maybe it's not possible to do so...]
> Anyway, congratulations Seth. Also I note a bunch of Scala in the NetLogo source. How long have you guys been embedding Scala in the system?
> On Feb 11, 2012, at 2:13 PM, Seth Tisue wrote:
>> Sean> Wait, NetLogo's gone fully open source? When did this happen,
>> Sean> Seth?
>> Yes, GPL license since October. (MASON and other toolkits being open
>> source already was helpful for this, so, thank you.)
>> Seth Tisue | Northwestern University | http://tisue.net
>> lead developer, NetLogo: http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/