Building native images and compiling with GraalVM and sbt

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  • sbt-dependency-graph

    sbt plugin to create a dependency graph for your project [Moved to: https://github.com/sbt/sbt-dependency-graph] (by jrudolph)

    For further investigation, I added the sbt-dependency-graph plugin and checked out the dependency-tree with sbt dependencyBrowserTree. The library logback wasn't included in the dependency tree. Which is odd, since logback is clearly present in the project's library-dependencies.

  • apply-at-vdb

    The full setup can be found on Github. But I'll summarise the used stack below. The project is built around the following libraries, no particular reason, simply because I like them.

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  • sbt-assembly

    Deploy über-JARs. Restart processes. (port of codahale/assembly-sbt)

    With the sbt-assembly plugin you can create JAR-files with all of its dependencies (fat JARs). sbt assembly creates this target/scala-2.12/apply-at-vdb-assembly-0.1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar which has a size of around 42MB:

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