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Jan 2017
Jan 09 2017 00:54
@aholland even if you have multiple projects you're not recompiling all of them all the time. I would go with the better processor.
@aholland that's not the only thing either. SSD makes a big difference in compile time (presumably faster SSD is even better). Plenty of RAM (the type of RAM might matter too, not familiar enough to say)
Guillaume Martres
Jan 09 2017 02:09

Is there a better way to write this?

org.ensime.EnsimeKeys.ensimeServerJars := Def.taskDyn {
  if (scalaVersion.value.startsWith("0.1")) {
    Def.task { Seq[File]() }
  else {
    Def.task { org.ensime.EnsimeKeys.ensimeServerJars.value }

The point is that I only want org.ensime.EnsimeKeys.ensimeServerJars.value to be evaluated if scalaVersion.value.startsWith("0.1") is false, but if I don't wrap everything through taskDyn and task, it will be eagerly evaluated (sbt still makes no sense to me)

Guillaume Martres
Jan 09 2017 03:07
Separate question: is there a way to tell sbt to mark a dependency as optional? I want to do libraryDependency += foo but not to stop with an error if foo is not found
Or perhaps only conditionally adding the dependency? if (foo is present) libraryDependency += foo ?
Tim Moore
Jan 09 2017 03:31
I think the latter would be another dynamic task
Oh, sorry, libaryDepencies is a setting, not a task
Tim Moore
Jan 09 2017 03:42
What are you using the optional dependency for? Do you just want to manage certain jars manually?
or maybe you want to use a custom configuration
Tim Moore
Jan 09 2017 03:48
oh, looks like it supports an “optional” configuration out of the box
Loki Coyote
Jan 09 2017 08:00
should I be able to use SettingKey.value within a SettingKey transformation? i.e., with a mySettingKey ~= {}, I want to get the value of another SettingKey. compiler is throwing a "error: value can only be used within a task or setting macro, such as :=, +=, ++=, Def.task, or Def.setting."
Mirco Dotta
Jan 09 2017 12:10
@smarter About your first question, the way you have done it is the one I know to avoid eager evaluation. If you don’t wrap “things” in a taskDyn then both tasks are evaluted because of sbt parallel task evaluation.
Anthony Holland
Jan 09 2017 12:31
@nafg yes, for SSDs and RAM the choice is clear. For the processor, the meaning of "better" depends on the nature of the task.
Jan 09 2017 13:14

Dear friends,

I am trying to run a run a spark code on Google cloud using submit job.

My question is about the part "argument".
In my spark code, they are some variables that their values are defined in a shell file (.sh), as following:

--trainFile=small_train.dat \
--testFile=small_test.dat \
--numFeatures=9947 \
--numRounds=100 \

  • I have tried to enter only the values and each value in a separate box as following but it is not working:


I have also tried to give the parameters like in this below, but it is not working neither:

I added the files small_train.dat and small_test.dat in the same bucket where I saved the .jar file. Let's say if my bucket is named test, I added spark.jar, small_train.dat and small_test.dat in the bucket "test".

Does anyone know, how I can enter these values in the argument part?


Li Haoyi
Jan 09 2017 18:29
Anyone know if it's possible to add additional files into an sbt-assembly fat-jar?
I have a project that depends on a Scala.js subproject's fastOpt javascript for normal development, but I want to include the fullOpt javascript when I jar everything up
whether I include the fastOpt javascript file when jarring things doesn't matter, but I don't want to include the fullOpt javascript file during development because it's slow
Daniel Cazares
Jan 09 2017 22:18
@lihaoyi How is what you want to do different from including it in the resources folder?
Maksym Besida
Jan 09 2017 23:42
Having multimodule project, if project a(scalaVersion 2.12) depends on project b(scalaVersion 2.11) how to define such dependency in build.sbt?
simply dependsOn(b) doesn't find dependency