Pseudoglot is currently available for Scala 2.11.
To get started with SBT, simply add the following to your
libraryDependencies += "io.robotsnowfall" %% "pseudoglot" % "0.1.0"
This will pull in all of Pseudoglot's modules. If you only require some functionality, you can pick-and-choose from amongst these modules (used in place of
pseudoglot-core: Most core type classes and functionality (required).
pseudoglot-laws: Laws for testing type class instances.
Among the goals of Pseudoglot is to provide approachable and useful documentation. Documentation is available in the form of tutorials on the Pseudoglot website, as well as through Scaladoc (also reachable through the website).
To build Pseudoglot you should have sbt installed. Run
sbt, and then use any of the following commands:
compile: compile the code
console: launch a REPL
test: run the tests
unidoc: generate the documentation
scalastyle: run the style-checker on the code
validate: run tests, style-checker, and doc generation