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In this talk, you will explore plans regarding the future of macros. You will start with analyzing the five-year history of macros, figuring out what worked out well and what was a bad idea. Afterwards, you will discover the design of a new macro system based on scala.meta and will highlight the improvements that it allows you to make in comparison with the current implementation. Finally, there will be a live demo that shows new-style macros in action.
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