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Scala-tuplicity comes to 2.10

A while back I tried (and succeeded) compiling Scala 2.9.2 with increased limit on tuples. Some time has passed, Scala 2.10 came out, and due to the recent advent of macros there could be some possibility in lifting the limit entirely - there is a thorough discussion on mailing list, but it doesn't seem to be anywhere close. So, for time being, I updated my duct-tape solution for Scala 2.10. The following script is the automated solution for generating new scala distribution with bigger tuples: git clone git:// scala-tuplicity cd scala-tuplicity git checkout v2.10.0 export ANT_OPTS="-Xmx8192m -Xss25M -Xms4096M -XX:MaxPermSize=512M" VERS="-Dbuild.release=true -Dversion.number=2.10.0-tuplicity -Dmaven.version.number=2.10.0-tuplicity" ant build sed -i 's/\(val MaxTupleArity, .*\) 22/\1 55/' src/reflect/scala/reflect/internal/Definitions.scala ant build sed -i 's/22/55/' src/library/scala/runtime/ScalaRunTime.scala ant