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Or seeing that it doesn't seem this will be fixed any time soon, how about open sourcing the Play 2 plugin?

It seems there are other ultimate-only plugins which you've open sourced.

Thanks, mark.

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Hi Mark!

Actually, most of these errors were fixed quite a long time ago, however the fixes are not included in the release builds yet, because we need some time for testing.

If you would like to get all the fixes faster, you may try to use Scala plugin nightly builds.

As for open-sourcing the Play 2 plugin - we (IntelliJ Scala team, and IntelliJ team in general) are big fans of open-source (that is a good proof, I suppose), but such decisions must rely on elaborate marketing research and strategic planning, we can't just force that. We'll keep that in mind, and someday ... who knows :)

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Hi Pavel,

Thanks for the feedback - however I'm running version 679 of the Play and Scala plugins and am still getting the error in SCL-6810 which makes unfortunately makes the Play plugin unusable on my project - with it installed I can't even run a unit test because of the 'Play 2 Compiler' errors when it tries to evaluate the build.sbt file.

Please tell me if there's any more information I can provide to help fix this bug, right now we've bought 4 IntelliJ Ultimate licenses for our team mainly for the Play plugin, but can't use the plugin until this is fixed.

Thanks,
Mark.

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It seems I have similar issues in Idea-13 (after plugin updates) - code is not even compiled with "Play 2.0 support" plugin which is turned on.
Idea-12 works fine

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