Migration Manager for Scala
A tool for diagnosing migration problems for Scala libraries
The Migration Manager for Scala (MiMa in short) is a tool for diagnosing binary incompatibilities for Scala libraries.
If you don't know how to use MiMa, please read the user documentation.
Please, use the mima-user Mailing List for questions and comments.
MiMa is split into Several modules:
- Core: Classes that are used for detection.
- Reporter: Raw reporting classes and the command line interface.
- SBT Plugin: The SBT plugin for usage inside SBT builds.
In order to create Eclipse metadata files (i.e., .classpath and .project) we recomend to use sbteclipse.
Setting up sbteclipse is a simple three-steps process:
eclipse.sbtfile under the
projectfolder and add the sbteclipse plugin. At the time of this writing, my
project/eclipse.sbtcontains the following:
addSbtPlugin("com.typesafe.sbteclipse" % "sbteclipse-plugin" % "2.3.0")
sbtfrom command line on the project's root, and execute the following command
eclipse with-source=trueif you want source attachments correctly set)
Once done, import all modules in Eclipse, i.e., just click on
File > Import > General > Exisiting Projects Into Workspace, select the MiMa project's root folder, all modules should be correctly loaded.
Using sbt 0.13.
$ sbt compile
This will recompile all MiMa's modules.
If you'd like to create distributable jar files run:
$ sbt assembly
This will create
reporter/target/mima-reporter-assembly-....jar jar file that can be used to launch the command line version of MiMa.
Launch MiMa Reporter CLI
Type the following command to run the MiMa Reporter command-line
$ sbt reporter/run
MiMa Reporter: Functional Tests
The directory containing the MiMa Reporter module ('reporter') there is a 'functional-tests' folder that contains several functional tests exercising the system. All tests are executed as part of the build, therefore when running
$ sbt testFunctional
if one (or more) test fails the build is stop and no jar will not be produced.
To add a new functional test to the suite, create a new folder within 'functional-tests' directory with the following structure:
functional-tests | | --> <your-new-test-folder> (folder for your new test) | |-----> problems.txt (the expected list of reported errors - 1 line per error) |-----> v1 (folder containing sources @ version 1) |-----> v2 (folder containing sources @ version 2)
After doing that,
reload if you are in a
sbt console session (if that makes no sense to you, it means you are fine and you can run the test as usual).
Tests within the
functional-tests folder should always pass.
problems.txt is the test oracle. Expected errors are declared using the MiMa's reporting output (i.e., the output of the tool and the expected errors should match perfectly). Admittedly, this coupling is an issue since the testing framework is highly coupled with the tool output used to report errors to the user. We should improve this and make the two independent. Until then, mind that by changing the output of the tool you will likely have to update some of the test oracles (i.e., problems.txt file).
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError - Java heap space: If you are experiencing out of memory exception you may need to increase the VM arguments for the initial heap size and the maximum heap size. The default values are
-Xms64m for for the initial heap size and
-Xmx256m for the maximum heap size.
Bugs and Feature requests
If you'd like to contribute to the MiMa project, please sign the contributor's licensing agreement.
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