Scala Plugin 1.3 EAP 1.2.67 is Available

You’ll be glad to know that a fresh EAP build for Scala Plugin 1.3 is already available, and it brings a lot of improvements:

  • Monocle support
  • Unused imports inspections are now aware about the implicit parameters in the implicit conversions for extension methods
  • Fixed requirement of Invalidate Caches to get rid of weird error highlighting in project.
  • Fixed Specs2 3.M1 support
  • Automake with enabled compiler server is working now
  • Possibility to have custom compiler settings for different modules
  • SBT shared source roots support for ScalaJS projects (see SCL-7859)

We hope these improvements will make your life easier. Be sure to give the new build a try and share your feedback with us in our discussion forum and issue tracker.

For the complete list of changes, refer to Release Notes.

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5 Responses to Scala Plugin 1.3 EAP 1.2.67 is Available

  1. Arseny says:

    You have a typo in Monocle.

  2. James says:

    Tried installing this, and all I got was an error saying “Plugin Scala is incompatible with current installation.” I used the “Install plugin from disk…” button. I didn’t see anything appear in the log in /Users/james/Library/Logs/IdeaIC14/idea.log when I tried installing. I’m currently running version 1.2.1 of the Scala plugin, 14.0.2 of IntelliJ.

    • Alexander Podkhalyuzin says:

      That’s because it’s only for IDEA 14.0.3, which will be release soon. You need to use EAP builds of IDEA to have it right now.

  3. David Whiteman says:

    Is it possible to run the Scala plugin in WebStorm? I am developing apps for Play Framework and would like the code formatting to be done correctly. I don’t need support for actually running Scala code. I just want the editor to work well when I have HTML embedded in a Play Framework template (which is written inside a Scala structure).

    • Alexander Podkhalyuzin says:

      It’s not possible right now. I’ll ask WebStorm team about if it’s possible. Right now you can use IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate for the same goal.

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