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Scalafmt

by fedragon ST3

Scala formatter for Sublime Text 3, powered by Scalafmt and Nailgun

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Scalafmt for Sublime Text 3

Minimal Sublime Text 3 package to format Scala files, powered by Scalafmt and Nailgun.

Installation

Step 1: Install this package

… with Package Control

  • open the Command Palette
  • select Package Control: Install Package
  • select Scalafmt

… or manually

Clone this repository in ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/.

Step 2: Install Scalafmt and Nailgun

Run provided setup.sh, that will install for you both Scalafmt and Nailgun according to recommended installation instructions.

Optional: Add keybinding

Open Preferences > Key Bindings and add:

{
  "keys": ["super+alt+l"],
  "command": "scalafmt_format_file",
}

changing keys to any sequence of keys you'd like.

Usage

Open a Scala file, then open the Command Palette and select Scalafmt: Format current file.

Customize format style

This package uses (and creates, if missing) ~/.scalafmt.conf: this file can be used to influence how scalafmt formats your code.

Caveats

Only developed and tested on macOS.