By Alvin Alexander. Last updated: July 23, 2016
I had the common Scala SBT commands in the notes for my project named SARAH, and thought I'd list them here to make them easier to find:
clean Deletes all generated files (in the target directory). compile Compiles the main sources (in src/main/scala and src/main/java directories). test Compiles and runs all tests. console Starts the Scala interpreter with a classpath including the compiled sources and all dependencies. To return to sbt, type :quit, Ctrl+D (Unix), or Ctrl+Z (Windows). run <argument>* Runs the main class for the project in the same virtual machine as sbt. package Creates a jar file containing the files in src/main/resources and the classes compiled from src/main/scala and src/main/java. help <command> Displays detailed help for the specified command. If no command is provided, displays brief descriptions of all commands. reload Reloads the build definition (build.sbt, project/*.scala, project/*.sbt files). Needed if you change the build definition.