This is the 0.10.x series of sbt. See Setup for getting started with the latest binary release or see below to build from source.
The previous stable release of sbt was 0.7.7, which was hosted on Google Code.
There is a video of a demo given at the Northeast Scala Symposium that gives a brief introduction to the concepts in sbt 0.9 and later. Note that the demo was based on 0.9.0 and things have changed since then. See the documentation for current information.
Build from source
- Install the current stable binary release of sbt 0.10.x (see Setup), which will be used to build sbt from source.
Get the source code.
$ git clone git://github.com/harrah/xsbt.git $ cd xsbt
The initial branch is the development branch 0.10, which contains the latest code for the 0.10.x series. To build a specific release or commit, switch to the associated tag. The tag for the latest 0.10.x release is v0.10.1:
$ git checkout v0.10.1
To build the launcher, publish all components locally, and build API and SXR documentation:
$ sbt build-all
Alternatively, the individual commands run by
build-all may be executed directly:
$ sbt publish-local proguard sxr doc
To use this locally built version of sbt, copy your stable ~/bin/sbt script to ~/bin/xsbt and change it to use the launcher jar in
<xsbt>/target/. For the v0.10.1 tag, the full location is:
If using the 0.10 development branch, the launcher is at:
When developing sbt itself, there is no need to run
build-all, since this generates documentation as well. For the fastest turnaround time for checking compilation only, run
To use your modified version of sbt in a project locally, run
publish-local. If you have modified the launcher, also run
publish-local, clean the
project/boot/ directory in the project in which you want to use the locally built sbt. Alternatively, if sbt is running and the launcher hasn't changed, run
reboot full to have sbt do this for you.
If a project has
project/build.properties defined, either delete the file or change