the ENhanced Scala Interaction Mode for Emacs
- Highlight errors and warnings in your code buffers.
- Inspect the type of any expression.
- Browse packages
- Completion-on-demand for variables, methods, constructors, etc.
- Jump to symbol definitions.
- Automated Refactorings (rename, organize imports, extract method...)
- Source Formatting
- Finds sbt,Maven,Ivy dependencies
- Scala REPL
- Scala Debugger
- Embedded sbt shell
- Emacs 22 or later.
- Unix-like OS or Windows. Note that you'll need to use bin/server.bat on windows.
- Java Runtime
- Scala 2.8 compatible source and libraries. ENSIME is built against the 2.8 nightly Scala releases.
1) Install scala-mode
ENSIME is designed to compliment scala-mode (or any other scala language mode). scala-mode can be found in the Scala distribution under ./misc/scala-tool-support/emacs/. The rest of the steps assume your scala-mode is installed and working correctly.
2) Install ensime-mode
Download the ENSIME distribution from the github downloads page. Unpack the ENSIME distribution into a directory of your choosing.
Add the following lines to your .emacs file:
;; Load the ensime lisp code... (add-to-list 'load-path "ENSIME_ROOT/elisp/") (require 'ensime) ;; This step causes the ensime-mode to be started whenever ;; scala-mode is started for a buffer. You may have to customize this step ;; if you're not using the standard scala mode. (add-hook 'scala-mode-hook 'ensime-scala-mode-hook) ;; MINI HOWTO: ;; Open .scala file. M-x ensime (once per project)
3) Verify Permissions
Verify that the startup script (usually bin/server.sh) has executable permissions.
4) Create Project
In Emacs, execute M-x ensime-config-gen. Follow directions in the mini-buffer to create a .ensime file for your project..
5) Start ENSIME
Execute M-x ensime You only need to do this once per project.