sbt-fresh is a plugin for sbt to scaffold an opinionated fresh sbt project: it creates an sbt build according to established best practices, creates a useful package object for the root package, initializes a Git repository, creates an initial commit, etc.
Notice: The build definition created by sbt-fresh is incompatible with the -Yno-adapted-args scalac option.
Requirements: sbt 1.0 or higher
Add sbt-fresh to your global plugins definition, which most probably resides under
addSbtPlugin("de.heikoseeberger" % "sbt-fresh" % "<latest-version>")
You can define the following settings in your global build definition, which most probably sits at
import de.heikoseeberger.sbtfresh.License // Only needed for `freshLicense` setting freshOrganization := "doe.john" // Organization – "default" by default freshAuthor := "John Doe" // Author – value of "user.name" system property or "default" by default freshLicense := Some(License.mit) // Optional license – `apache20` by default freshSetUpGit := false // Initialize a Git repo and create an initial commit – `true` by default
Other settings which probably shouldn't be set globally:
freshName := ??? // Name – name of build directory by default; doesn't make much sense as a permanent setting
In order to scaffold a fresh sbt project, just start sbt in an empty directory. Then call the
fresh command, optionally passing one or more of the following arguments (hit tab for auto completion) which override the respective settings:
sbt> fresh license=bsd3 setUpGit=false setUpTravis=false
The following values are available for the license argument:
sbt-fresh creates a project with the following layout:
+ .gitignore + .scalafmt.conf + build.sbt // build settings + LICENSE // license file (Apache by default) + NOTICE + project --+ build.properties // sbt version --+ plugins.sbt // sbt-git, sbt-header, sbt-scalafmt + README.md + src --+ main ----+ scala ------+ package.scala // type aliases repointing `Seq` and friends to immutable
Contributions via GitHub pull requests are gladly accepted from their original author. Along with any pull requests, please state that the contribution is your original work and that you license the work to the project under the project's open source license. Whether or not you state this explicitly, by submitting any copyrighted material via pull request, email, or other means you agree to license the material under the project's open source license and warrant that you have the legal authority to do so.
This code is open source software licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.