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Nov 2017
Joe Pramono
@djoepramono
Nov 17 2017 06:21

Noob question, I’m trying to run ensime on atom for the first time and when i try to run Ensime: Start, I got the following error.

Error: org.ensime:ensime_2.12:1.0.0 not found: /Users/me/.ivy2/local/org.ensime/ensime_2.12/1.0.0/ivys/ivy.xml ...

I have run sbt ensimeConfig and it was a success

Any idea where I should look at? Thanks heaps

Joe Pramono
@djoepramono
Nov 17 2017 06:33
Nvm, I need to set atom-ensime package settings to use Ensime Server Version 2.0.0-SNAPSHOT, it was empty and I assume it will use the default 1.0.0 and it failed. After setting it up it works ...
asaadza
@asaadza
Nov 17 2017 09:54
Could anybody please confirm if "Errors and warnings (in gutter and in an output window)" is implemented? Many other features listed in the README already work, BTW, so the installation seems OK (atom 1.22.1, atom-ensime 0.41.0).
asaadza
@asaadza
Nov 17 2017 10:14
There's a nice image on the ensime atom page, but I see neither the ensime error "output window" nor markings in the gutter or editor buffer, under neither Linux nor Windows 10.
asaadza
@asaadza
Nov 17 2017 10:48
I get the "Ensime full typecheck finished" message shown in that image, but no errors or warnings about the code. If anybody has atom open, do you see the error output window and markings in gutter and editor buffer?
Alexey Alekhin
@laughedelic
Nov 17 2017 13:35
@asaadza hi here too
looking at the activity in the repo and taking into account that there are new ensime plugin boiling elsewhere, I would assume that this one is not under active development
asaadza
@asaadza
Nov 17 2017 13:36
I think the author of the plugin is in the ensime-server room. We are discussing the merits/tedium (albeit one-off) of rewriting the plugin in scalajs
Alexey Alekhin
@laughedelic
Nov 17 2017 13:37
ah, ok. it's confusing with too many rooms :smile:
asaadza
@asaadza
Nov 17 2017 13:38
yep - and I think I have established that I will leave it for a few more weeks. But if it is to be rewritten in scalajs, I would guess that it would have more support from its users, especially in terms of contributions - but you never know.
Alexey Alekhin
@laughedelic
Nov 17 2017 13:46
I agree. I would definitely be more inclined to contribute to some Atom plugin if it was written in Scala