Scala Index Community Data
This repository exists to fill the gaps between the Scala Index and publicly available projects.
Claim your project
When you publish your project with a
source code management tag (
which points to a github repository, we can fetch additional information. If you forgot to add the
edit claims.json and create a pull request to claim a project. If your project is not on the list,
you will need to publish it on Maven Central or Bintray first. See publish-central to learn
more about publishing.
Index artifacts which are published in java-style
When you publish your artifacts in the standard way with a Scala version number attached to the artifact name, you'll be fine, and your project will be indexed automatically (assuming it's linked with a GitHub repo, see above). In case you don't follow the Scala standard of publishing artifacts on maven, you can edit non-standard.json. We will look in the pom file for the version of the scala artifact. We will assume a binary compatibility with this scala version (ex: 2.11).
"io.gatling gatling-core": "pom"
If you never plan to publish your library in the standard Scala way (artifacts suffixed with
_2.x), you can use a wildcard in the non-standard.json file. If there is at any point no backward compatibility, e.g., if the verison
2.* is compatible to scala 2.10 and 2.11 but version
3.* only to 2.11 and 2.12, you can't use a
* as a wildcard and you will have to manually list all of your artifacts.
When you provide this list, your artifact will also show up as a scala artifact in the index upon the next re-index.
We also index java project significant for the scala community.
"com.typesafe config": "java"
In sbt, the
licenses setting is defined as:
val licenses = SettingKey[Seq[(String, URL)]]. We observe that users
will publish a semantically identical license under different name/URL. See https://github.com/sbt/sbt/issues/1937
for more detail
We disambiguate license by name.