See the website: https://scalameta.org/metals/
See the contributing guide: https://scalameta.org/metals/docs/contributors/getting-started.html
To learn more about how Metals works, see ./architecture.md. It explains the high-level layout of the source code. Do skim through that document.
The current maintainers (people who can merge pull requests) are:
- Adrien Piquerez -
- Arthur McGibbon -
- Chris Kipp -
- Kamil Podsiadło -
- Ólafur Páll Geirsson -
- Rikito Taniguchi -
- Tomasz Godzik -
- Vadim Chelyshov -
- Alexey Alekhin -
- Gabriele Petronella -
- Johan Mudsam -
- Krzysztof Bochenek -
- Jorge Vicente Cantero -
- Marek Żarnowski -
- Shane Delmore -
Huge thanks to
@dragos for his work on a Scala
implementation of the LSP (see: https://github.com/dragos/dragos-vscode-scala).
This project helped us get quickly started with LSP. Since then, we have
refactored the project's original sources to the point where only a few simple
case classes remain.
- IntelliJ IDEA: the most widely used IDE for Scala using a re-implementation of the Scala typechecker.
Metals = Meta (from Scalameta) + LS (from Language Server)