Is there any editor or IDE that supports Ammonite with inline dependencies?

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  • Metals

    Scala language server with rich IDE features 🚀

    Although not too widely advertised, Metals has had support for Ammonite scripts since mid-2020. From VS Code with Metals enabled, opening a .sc file should open a dialog, offering to "import" the Ammonite script.

  • Jupyter Scala

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    I use Almond in JupyterLab, which has pretty solid code completion. In IntelliJ, you can create a scratch sc file and run lines of it in the Scala REPL. That's really convenient for code completion and I normally will use that when I'm testing something from a specific project.

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