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Scala example source code file (PresentationCompilerInstance.scala)

This example Scala source code file (PresentationCompilerInstance.scala) is included in my "Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you more easily find Scala source code examples by using tags.

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Scala tags/keywords

compiler, compilerreporter, global, interactivereporter, nsc, presentationcompilerinstance, reporter, settings, testsettings

The PresentationCompilerInstance.scala Scala example source code

package interactive
package tests.core

import reporters.{Reporter => CompilerReporter}

/** Trait encapsulating the creation of a presentation compiler's instance.*/
private[tests] trait PresentationCompilerInstance extends TestSettings {
  protected val settings = new Settings

  protected val compilerReporter: CompilerReporter = new InteractiveReporter {
    override def compiler = PresentationCompilerInstance.this.compiler

  protected def createGlobal: Global = new Global(settings, compilerReporter)

  protected lazy val compiler: Global = {

   * Called before instantiating the presentation compiler's instance.
   * You should provide an implementation of this method if you need
   * to customize the `settings` used to instantiate the presentation compiler.
   * */
  protected def prepareSettings(settings: Settings) {}

  protected def printClassPath(implicit reporter: Reporter) {
    reporter.println("\tbootClassPath: %s".format(settings.bootclasspath.value))
    reporter.println("\tverbose: %b".format(settings.verbose.value))

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