ScalaCheck is a library written in the Scala Programming Language and is used for automated specification-based testing of Scala or Java software applications. ScalaCheck was originally inspired by the Haskell library QuickCheck, but has also ventured into its own.
The root directory of the project contains the SBT launcher, shell script, and Windows command script.
This is the directory structure of the build.
|-project + | |-build + | | |- ScalaCheckProject.scala Project Definition, containing module structure, compiler | | | options, cross module dependencies, etc. | | |- build.properties Version of SBT, Scala, and ScalaCheck. | | A different version of Scala is used to run SBT and compile | | the Project Definition than is used to compile ScalaCheck. | |-target Compiled Project Definition | | | |-boot Versions of Scala Compiler and Library. | |-src + | |-main + | | |-scala Source files | | | |-test + | |-scala Test source files | |-lib_managed Managed Dependencies for this module. | |-target + | - <scala version M> All built artifacts (classes, jars, scaladoc) for module N built for version M of Scala.
- ./sbt update (this step is required after a fresh checkout, after changing the version of SBT, Scala, or other dependencies)
- ./sbt [compile | package | test-compile | test | publish-local | publish]
For continuous compilation of a module:
$ ./sbt > project scalacheck > ~compile
For other options, read the SBT documentation.