Building scoobi should be as easy as
sbt publish-local to build and install scoobi locally. An easy way to insure your applications are picking up your local version of scoobi, is by deleting the version that was downloaded from sonatype. It is stored at ~/.ivy2/cache/com.nicta.scoobi*:
sbt test will run the unit tests, as well as the tests in local mode. It's also possible to run the tests on a cluster too, with some fancy options (See testing guide)
Are located at
src/test/scala/com/nicta/scoobi/guide. They can be built with the command:
$ sbt > test-only *UserGuide* -- html
and are built into
We welcome pull-requests on github. We rebase commits aggressively (up until the point they land on master) to have a clean and linear history. So don't be surprised if the sha1 changes when it lands. As such, it makes our lives a lot easier if your commit is already based on master and all squashed down into nice logical commits.
Once landing on master, our build server will then run the full tests on our internal cluster -- and if everything looks good, a new snapshot will be published.