sbt‘s log level can be set by execute set logLevel := Level.Error inside sbt. How to set the sbt log level at the command line? Add –error to sbt for specify the logLevel to error: sbt –error “your command” Answered by Eric Z Ma.
How to install multiple versions of sbt on my Linux host For example, some projects use 0.12.x while some use 0.13.x. Installing neither in the system only is not sufficient enough. You may use the excellent sbt-extras: https://github.com/paulp/sbt-extras Most of the time, it detects the version of sbt needed in the project direoctory automatically: [zma@office […]
How to package a Scala project to a .jar file with sbt? Manually packaging the .class files are fine but too tedious. A jar of just the project classes The command: sbt package will produces the main artifact as a jar into target/scala-2.x.y/project_name_2.x.y-zz.jar. Continuously building the package: sbt ~package Standalone jar with all dependencies If […]
In sbt, I found this message printed out by the scala compiler: [warn] there were 1 deprecation warning(s); re-run with -deprecation for details [warn] one warning found The question is, how to add options (-deprecation here) to the scala compiler in sbt? You can use this inside the sbt console: set scalacOptions += “-deprecation” Answered […]
How to install sbt for scala on Fedora Linux? It is not included in the default Fedora repository although scala is included. The download page of scala-sbt.org provides the RPM package. You can install the sbt rpm package by yum. We only need the URL to the RPM package. Here, let take version 0.13.1 as […]