Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment with Scala
Circle supports building Scala applications with
sbt. Before each
build we look at your repository and infer commands to run, so most
setups should work automatically.
We pre-install several versions of Scala on Ubuntu 12.04 build image.
You can specify the JVM version you want to run Scala on top of by following the steps described in the Java doc.
Using a custom version of sbt
The latest version of sbt currently supported by CircleCI is
If you would like to use a different version of sbt for your builds, we
suggest upgrading it manually. Here is an example of installing the
0.13.12 of sbt by downloading a binary from Bintray:
dependencies: pre: - wget -q https://dl.bintray.com/sbt/debian/sbt-0.13.12.deb - sudo dpkg -i sbt-0.13.12.deb cache_directories: - "~/.ivy2" - "~/.sbt"
Another option would be to use the
jars provided by Typesafe:
machine: environment: SBT_VERSION: 0.13.12 SBT_OPTS: "-Xms512M -Xmx1536M -Xss1M -XX:+CMSClassUnloadingEnabled -XX:MaxPermSize=256M" dependencies: cache_directories: - "~/.sbt" pre: - wget --output-document=$HOME/bin/sbt-launch.jar https://repo.typesafe.com/typesafe/ivy-releases/org.scala-sbt/sbt-launch/"$SBT_VERSION"/sbt-launch.jar - echo "java $SBT_OPTS -jar \`dirname \$0\`/sbt-launch.jar \"\$@\"" > $HOME/bin/sbt - chmod u+x $HOME/bin/sbt - which sbt - sbt sbt-version
Dependencies & Tests
Circle can cache directories in between builds to avoid unnecessary work.
By default, when we detect a Scala project, we will run
test:compile to resolve the dependencies and
sbt test:test to run the
tests. You can customize the commands that are run by setting the
pre and / or
post in the