Kamon is a set of tools for instrumenting applications running on the JVM. The best way to get started is to go to our official Get Started Page and start instrumenting your applications right away! There you will also find guides and reference documentation for the core APIs, instrumentation and reporting modules.
Importing the project into Intellij IDEA
This project has a library dependency on a subproject of itself (
kamon-tapir). As a result of that, if you just clone this project and open it in IDEA, it will fail to import it. First, run
sbt +kamon-tapir/publishLocal from the console, and then IDEA will be able to import the project.
Why is this necessary?
Among our instrumented libraries is
Tapir, which is also the only library we instrument that does not have a scala 2.11 version. In order to be able to cross publish
kamon-bundle to all scala versions, while excluding
kamon-tapir from the 2.11 bundle, we had to define
kamon-tapir as a library dependency of
kamon-bundle (instead of as a subproject).
This software is licensed under the Apache 2 license, quoted below.
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