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In this blog post, we will talk about the obsolete configuration ‘compile’. The good news is that it has been replaced with more modern configurations. This is a big step forward for Java and Scala developers. Read on to learn more! HTML content: “Configuration ‘compile’ is obsolete” Since configuration ‘compile’ was replaced, it has been used for both compilation and implementation. When using the newer configurations of API or Implementation, you are able to target your module’s code at a specific runtime environment with less effort than before. Before this change, developers had to update their targets in different ways depending on the compiler they were targeting. This lead many people who wanted compile-time type checking to use old Scala versions instead which did not have explicit support for these features as well as other benefits from new Java releases like lambdas. With Configuration API, there is no need for that — just configure what you want! The same goes if you

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