sbt-org-policies was an SBT plugin that used to enforce some organization policies and sharing settings across all the Scala projects. However, with Github actions, as well as other fantastic sbt plugins like sbt-ci-release, sbt-mdoc, sbt-github, ... you can achieve the same in a more natural, and maintainable way. We recommend using that approach.
47 Degrees has therefore discontinued the development and maintenance of this library. The source code is left here for those interested in studying it.
Add the following line to
addSbtPlugin("com.47deg" % "sbt-org-policies" % "0.12.0-M1")
Creating New Org Project
- Create a new project from our g8 template:
sbt new 47degrees/org-template.g8
- Fill the required information (you can see an example below):
... name [Project Name]: Test projectDescription [Project Description]: project [project-name]: org-test package [com.fortysevendeg]: startYear : organization_web [http://47deg.com]: github_owner [47degrees]: github_repo [org-test]: sbt_org_policies_version [0.4.18]: Skipping existing file: ./test/.gitignore Skipping existing file: ./test/build.sbt Skipping existing file: ./test/project/build.properties Skipping existing file: ./test/project/plugins.sbt Template applied in ./test
The new project will be created in the
test folder, with the basic structure and basic sbt configuration based on the sbt-org-policies plugin.
- Create the organization files, to do so, from the project folder, you could just run:
sbt-org-policies is designed and developed by 47 Degrees
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