Coursier Apps

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This repository holds the apps in the Main and Contrib channels for Coursier. You can find information about creating your own application to be installed with cs here on the website.

Main

These are the apps in the default main JAR-based channel, io.get-coursier:app which is used with cs install

  • almond
  • ammonite
  • bloop-jvm
  • bloop
  • coursier
  • cs
  • csbt
  • dotty-repl
  • echo-graalvm
  • echo-java
  • echo-native
  • giter8
  • mdoc
  • metac
  • metals-emacs
  • metals
  • metap-native
  • metap
  • mill-interactive
  • mill
  • sbt-launcher
  • sbt
  • sbtn
  • scala-cli
  • scala-experimental
  • scala
  • scala3-compiler
  • scala3-decompiler
  • scala3-doc
  • scala3-repl
  • scala3
  • scalac
  • scaladoc
  • scalafix
  • scalafmt
  • scalap
  • scalapbc
  • stc

Contrib

These apps are available by passing --contrib to the cs install command. Feel free to send in a PR to add your application here!

  • amm-runner
  • asm-textifier
  • asmifier
  • authors
  • avro-tools
  • bfg
  • cache-migration
  • catscript
  • cfr
  • clojure
  • fastpass-jvm
  • fastpass
  • firstbird-emergence
  • flyway
  • frege
  • git-changelog
  • google-java-format
  • groovy-shell
  • groovy
  • guardrail
  • ivy
  • jansi
  • jfiglet
  • jruby
  • jython
  • kafka-console-consumer
  • kafka-console-producer
  • kafka-consumer-groups
  • kafka-server
  • kafka-topics
  • ktfmt
  • lsif-java
  • make-it-g8
  • openapi-generator
  • plantuml
  • proguard-7
  • proguard-retrace
  • proguard
  • protoc-jar
  • rhino
  • rsc
  • rscj
  • scala-cli
  • scala-debugger
  • scala-steward
  • scala-update
  • scalaxb
  • scip-java
  • sclin
  • smithy-language-server
  • spark-repl
  • sqlline
  • swagger-codegen
  • wiremock
  • zookeeper

Updating the README

This README is auto-generated by the scripts/generate-readme.sc Ammonite script Please don't update the README directly, but rather update the README.template.md. Note that you don't need to manually add your app to it, it will be automatically added in CI.

Testing a change

If you'd like to test a change locally to ensure what you're adding or changing works correctly, you can do the following while in the workspace.

cs launch --default-channels=false --channel ./(apps|apps-contrib)/resources <app name>