Author Archives: Pavel Fatin
In Scala, you may often want to replace braces with parentheses and vice versa. For example, imagine that you decided to use curly braces in the following statement: It looks like not a big deal, but in practice it takes … Continue reading
In Scala it’s not always obvious when some expression is an argument to a by-name parameter. New highlighting helps to easily spot such expression.
In Scala, method signature semantics goes beyond method name, parameters and result type. The signature can also tell about whether a method has side effects, or whether a method represents a property. However, sometimes we forget about writing proper definitions … Continue reading
Type-aware highlighting is a part of error highlighting that relies on type system. Some errors can be found without using type information, for example: Other errors, however, require a knowledge of entities type: Type-aware highlighting allows to spot such errors … Continue reading
Although the work on new Scala project configuration is still in progress, a brief clarification may come in handy.
Type Info hint (Ctrl + Alt + Shift + T): Toggle Type Annotation intention: