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scala-sbt.org

This project is the source for scala-sbt.org. See contributors for the list of documentation contributors.

scala-sbt.org is powered by:

  • nanoc to generate the landing pages.

  • Pamflet, a Scala-based documentation engine written by @n8han (and some contributions from @eed3si9n) generates the sbt 0.13/1.x documentation.

  • Pandoc, to generate pdf files.

The site generation is driven by sbt-site and sbt-ghpages.

Attention plugin authors

The source for Community plugins page is at src/reference/01-General-Info/02-Community-Plugins.md. Add your plugin to this page and send send us a pull request if your plugin is not already on it.

Setup

Minimum setup

Currently, nanoc requires Ruby 2.1 or greater.

You'll need the following gems for running nanoc:

$ gem install nanoc:4.0.2
$ gem install redcarpet
$ gem install nokogiri

If you're running ubuntu, you'll need to also install ruby-dev for the native-code in redcarpet:

$ sudo apt-get install ruby-dev

Full setup

The pdf generation is optional, and requires the following additional steps.

On Ubuntu

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:texlive-backports/ppa
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install pandoc latex-cjk-all texlive-full

On Mac

Usage

To make the site locally, from sbt shell:

> makeSite

Then open target/site/index.html.

To push site, from sbt shell:

> ghpagesPushSite

Beware that sbt-ghpages interacts badly if your home directory is a git repository: https://github.com/sbt/sbt-ghpages/issues/25

Releasing new sbt

  • Make sure you enable pdf generation: sbt -Dsbt.website.generate_pdf
  • Update sbt.version in project/build.properties
  • Update targetSbtFullVersion in project/Docs.scala
  • Add last release to "Previous releases" in src/nanoc/nanoc.yaml
  • Update sbtVersion, windowsBuild and sbtVersionForScalaDoc in src/reference/template.properties

Dollar sign

Pamflet uses dollar sign ($) as the template variable character. So if you use it in the document, use need to escape it with backslash: \$.

Here's how to check for unescaped dollar signs.

$ brew install ripgrep
$ rg '^([^\$]*)[^\\]\$([^\$]*)$' -g '*.md' src

src/reference/02-DetailTopics/03-Dependency-Management/04-Proxy-Repositories.md
79:  export SBT_CREDENTIALS="$HOME/.ivy2/.credentials"

Including code examples

To include a validated code examples, create a scripted test under src/sbt-test, and in the markdown include as:

// This includes the entire file as Scala code snippet
@@snip [build.sbt]($root$/src/sbt-test/ref/basic/build.sbt) {}

or

// This includes snippet between a line containing #example another line with #example
@@snip [build.sbt]($root$/src/sbt-test/ref/basic/build.sbt) { #example }

or

// This specifies syntax highlight
@@snip [build.sbt]($root$/src/sbt-test/ref/basic/build.sbt) { #example type=text }