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    Fix the artifact matrix page Update ProjectPages.scala Merge pull request #649 from ml… (compare)

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joriscode
@joriscode
I've installed sass (1.25.0) with Homebrew but I get a SassCompilerException
SbtSass 2.0.0 supports explicit path for sass which may solve my issue.
... but the current versions of the Scala and dependencies are very way behind
Should we upgrade the whole project first?
joriscode
@joriscode
I upgraded Scaladex locally to sbt 1.3.7 but the SassCompilerException remains.
I reported this issue to sbt-sass. In the meantime, I managed to run the server with an altered version of sbt-sass and solving a Duplicated mapping in Sbt the hardcoded way.
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
wow, that’s a complicated journey…
Indeed, the project hasn’t been updated for a while
It’s not necessary to update it, though, unless you can’t make it work…
joriscode
@joriscode
Does it run on your laptop?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
Last time I tried it was running, yes
It's possible that I didn't run into the same SASS issue as you because I don't use Widows
Oops, I mean I don't use OS X
joriscode
@joriscode
Hi @julienrf, I opened a PR scalacenter/scaladex#582, let me know what you think
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
Awesome, thanks! I’m having a look
Marcin Kubala
@mkubala
Hello everyone! I have a question - how often scaladex pulls POMs from sonatype? And how much time it usually takes to index (discover) a new library? I released my akka-persistence-postgres plugin 9 days ago and it's still not listed on the index. Any clues?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
@mkubala thanks for reaching out! We don’t pull from sonatype, they push to Scaladex, so it should not take more than a day to appear. If your library is not visible in scaladex it’s not normal. Either there is some information missing in the release (e.g., make sure the scmInfo setting is not empty in your sbt build), or there is a bug somewhere in scaladex…
Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
Marcin Kubala
@mkubala
@adpi2 yes, this is my project
For some reason I couldn't find it using tags like akka-persistence and the search query
How can I add tags to the project?
Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
Tags in Scaladex corresponds to Github topics that you can add by Editing your github repository
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Personnaly, I think the tags feature in Scaladex is not very intuitive and that we could improve it
Because, when you choose a tag, it filters out all the project that do not have it. In your case you cannot find your project by checking the akka-persistence tag
Marcin Kubala
@mkubala
I see
Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
If you type akka-persistence-postgres you should be able to find your project but it appears after a lot of other akka or postgres projects that are more popular (number of stars on github)
if you type swissborg you should find all the swissborg projects including akka-persistence-postgres
Olivier Mélois
@Baccata
:wave: hey folks, does scaladex has an API we can tap into programmatically ?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
Hello, yes, but… that’s not really documented
What do you want to do?
Olivier Mélois
@Baccata
I'd like to tap into the search-engine to search scala libraries from a nodejs runtime
and retrieve artifact references
basically search("cats") would yield "org.typelevel::cats-core:2.2.0" for instance
(amongst other results)
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
Olivier Mélois
@Baccata
awesome :+1:
thanks !
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
(eventually we want to publish a Swagger document for the API)
Olivier Mélois
@Baccata
that's really helpful, many thanks :)
Olivier Mélois
@Baccata

I created a vscode extension that taps into the scaladex API to avoid breaking my workflow by looking for library groupIds and versions :

https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=baccata.scaladex-search

Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
@Baccata That's amazing!
Olivier Mélois
@Baccata
Hi folks :wave: I was wondering how often the dependency graph gets synchronised. For instance, I'm surprised that cats-effect 3.0.0-M1 lists no dependents, when fs2 3.0.0-M1 depends on it
Hanns Holger Rutz
@Sciss
Hi there. I was just checking the index and noticed that almost none of my projects are updated there. Only a few, for example https://search.maven.org/artifact/de.sciss/model_3.0.0-M1/0.3.5/jar is up-to-date. And https://search.maven.org/artifact/de.sciss/scalacollider_3.0.0-M1/2.4.0/jar is not. I suspect this is because I use our institutional gitlab server as primary scm information (although GitHub mirrors exist). If so, is there a way I can make scaladex update my projects?
e.g https://index.scala-lang.org/search?q=*+AND+organization%3Asciss&page=1&sort=updated ScalaCollider appears last published against Scala 2.12 (years ago or so), although it supports 2.13, Dotty, SJS
Hanns Holger Rutz
@Sciss
or because my user name is capitalised on GitHub but lower-cased on GitLab (this is a bit difficult to change ex-post)
Hanns Holger Rutz
@Sciss
would it work if I just added them all to 'claims'?
Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
@Baccata the dependency graph is updated automatically when a dependent artifact is published. But if the dependent artifact is published before the depended upon artifact then it wont be updated until someone reindex Scaladex manually.
Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
Hi @Sciss. Scaladex cannot index artifacts that are sourced from gitlab. You can link them to a mirror Github by adding the claims.
Adrien Piquerez
@adpi2
@Baccata Actually, after checking the code I can see that the dependency graph is only updated when Scaladex is reindexed manually.