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  • Wartremover

    Flexible Scala code linting tool

    I was recently trying to move away from Scapegoat to Wartremover and I got bitten by this bug which is particularly prevalent in codebases using Typelevel libraries.

  • skunk

    A data access library for Scala + Postgres.

    The major performance issue with Skunk is tracked here. tl;dr prepared statements currently take a horrifying number of network round-trips to the database. I'm sympathetic to Rob's "what you see is what you get" priorities for Skunk. But I'm glad to see an outline of a plan that sounds like it would satisfy those objectives without being so, for lack of a better term, naïve in their pursuit.

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  • sbt-tpolecat

    scalac options for the enlightened

    sbt-tpolecat to automatically provide reasonable Scala compiler settings.

  • better-monadic-for

    Desugaring scala `for` without implicit `withFilter`s

    Better Monadic For to make various improvements to for-comprehensions.

  • kind-projector

    Compiler plugin for making type lambdas (type projections) easier to write

    kind-projector for expressing higher-kinded type constructors.

  • ZIO

    ZIO — A type-safe, composable library for async and concurrent programming in Scala

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