it's a good idea to have a video of adding a new feature e2e
I still regularly check gitter, but discord is more usable from mobile so I check it more often
I'm signing off for now, happy to chat more another time @asaadza Thank you for the nice questions :)
... very nice, good night!
... just so I don't forget (I still use github RO, for now, and I'll put it here since we were already in that ballpark), one thing I often think would make life even easier in vscode is stating where stuff is declared/defined along with the type info on-hover.
esp. good if you can include how to format the definition
RO as in read-only
... btw, re the video you linked to, it is good thanks, and covers quite a lot of stuff I have discovered when I play with scala in vscode, but for people who didn't realise how far you guys have come with this, it should be an eye-opener. I suspect many IJ users, for scala, have no idea how far metals has evolved.
Anyway, better head back to the metals channel for this type of stuff - this one is so quiet that a handful of off-topic comments has an inordinate effect on the signal to noise ratio!
Hi guys, I have a simple question, there is a way to enable the doc generation during the build? So when I run sbt compile
Ólafur Páll Geirsson
@geirolz the mdoc command is implemented as an alias for the “run” command with configured main methods. It might be possibie to implement this by overriding the compile task, worth asking in a more sbt-focused channel
@olafurpg Ok, this seems is working (Compile / compile) := (Compile / compile).dependsOn((docs / mdoc).toTask("Generate docs")).value
Is is possible to do something sort of like the inline Scastie snippets, but at mdoc-generation time it generates the Scastie and then embeds the now existing link?