It's actually a rather helpful convention SBT has instituted to deal with bytecode incompatibilities between the different versions of Scala. I wouldn't advise removing it at all - using a 2.8.0-built project in production with Scala 2.9 or higher is courting disaster.

Alex Zuzin
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On Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 14:26, Jason Rosenberg wrote:

 
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