Author Archives: Alexander Podkhalyuzin
Today the new versions of Scala and Play 2.0 plugins for IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 have been released and are available for download. In case if you have the plugins already installed just press Update Plugin. From now the build process of Scala … Continue reading
Today the new versions of Scala and Play 2.0 plugins for IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 have been released and are available for download. In case if you have the plugins already installed just press Update Plugin. From now the build process … Continue reading
Right before the Scala Days 2013 we are exciting to announce that the new version of Scala plugin for IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 has been released and is available for download. In case if you have the plugin already installed just press Update Plugin. The … Continue reading
We are happy to announce new versions of Scala and Play2 plugins for IntelliJ IDEA 12. Currently we are planning to make releases at the beginning of every month. This is one part of huge plan to make plugin more … Continue reading
I want to announce that from now only very significant fixes will be backported to IDEA 11 plugin version (Nika). This can make things in Leda plugin version slightly faster. Automatical nightly builds deployment is stopped.
As you probably know we have GitHub mirror of Scala plugin sources: https://github.com/JetBrains/intellij-scala From now it’s not a mirror, it’s working repository. So it’s good idea to start social activity on GitHub right now.
This post is inspired by Scalathon 2012 conference, where we found few enthusiasts, who want to improve their favorite IDE for Scala, they just didn’t know how to do it. Scala plugin project setup was simplified a lot recently. Additionally … Continue reading
As described here we should prefer the following code style for mutable and immutable collection names: Scala plugin for IntelliJ IDEA (nightly builds) now supports this code style by default. First of all, it brings useful code inspection, helping to … Continue reading
Recently completion was improved, so I want to describe most significant changes: Basic completion works as Class Name completion in case if nothing found. If something is found, you can invoke second basic completion to observe classes, which you want … Continue reading