Semver4s provides semver versions and matchers and parsers for them.
SemVer is a version scheme to delineate when a libraries semantics change.
You can read more about it at https://semver.org/
This library aims to provide at least all functionality the SemVer package in NPM
provides, though as of now, it still falls short of that.
It does so through the types Matcher and Version. You can parse matcher
or version strings with semver4s.parseMatcher and semver4s.parseVersion.
For supported ranges, see the NPM documentation over at https://www.npmjs.com/package/semver#ranges
For literals, importing Literal._ brings the interpolators m and v in scope,
which you can use to write, for example a literal version v"1.2.3" or literal matcher
m"~1.3.2 || 2.0.x - 2.2.x", which are parsed and validated at compile time.
m"~1.3.2 || 2.0.x - 2.2.x"
A reporter for parse errors
Eagerly allocates a LocationMap, which may be expensive: in most cases,
you want a def for a new reporter, and/or pass it as a by name argument.