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Offline juniorjpf

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Scala environment on Ubuntu
« on: March 29, 2016, 03:39:57 AM »
Hello Guys, nice to meet you.

I'm really new in Scala, but I did the most important advance in my life: I removed the Windows and I installed the Ubuntu on my computer.

Now I want to start to program in Scala, like in my old company.

In my old company, we were used the IntelliJ IDE and Scala, SBT, Play framework. I remember that for compile and run the project we had to type on the IntelliJ console: activator run, activator -jvm-debug 9999, something like that.

I'm trying to make a same environment on my computer, but unsuccessfully :(

First: I'm not sure what SBT and Play framework do ? I can't programmer without them ?

What I did until now:
1. Install the Java.
2. Install IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition.
3. From the IntelliJ I install the Scala plugin.
4. Install the SBT

When I try to create a new Project, I select the option New Project, then open a new Windows where I have the option Scala on the left, after click on it is showed on the right 3 options: Scala, SBT and Activator. I select Scala and click Next, Then is showed 4 options: Name project, Location, Project SDK and Scala SDK (but both SDK are empty).

I would love if someone could help me to do this environment on my computer.

Thank you so much!!!

Offline adarshan

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Re: Scala environment on Ubuntu
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2016, 12:42:22 AM »
give path for sdk
for project sdk give jdk path and for scala sdk i think you can download and it'll directly load it
« Last Edit: April 20, 2016, 12:44:56 AM by adarshan »