Plugin Documentation

Where can I find up-to-date documentation and an up-to-date tutorial for the Scala plugin? The docs at [1] are woefully out of date and do not work with IDEA12. It's not at all obvious how you define a run configuration in respose for pressing opt-shift-f10 (Mac). What application settings are needed? I can get the file in the current edit tab to compile, but not run. Also, In a console, I can type expressions in (e.g., 1+1), but I cannot get the console to execute. Pressing enter only enters a newline.  Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

[1] http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/SCA/Getting+Started+with+IntelliJ+IDEA+Scala+Plugin

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Okay, I've managed to get my app compiled and running. But one that I'm still puzzling over is how to enter expressions into the Scala console within Idea. I get a prompt when the console opens and the prompt appears, I can enter text but pressing enter only advances the cursor to the next line. I've tried ctrl-enter, shift-enter, cmd-enter, option-enter, etc., but nothing seems to work.

What am I missing here??

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This page is really outdated. We are planning to simplify "getting started" process for IDEA 13, and then we will update this page.

As for console Control+Enter should work. To try another shortcut please change it in Keymap. Go Settings -> IDE Settings -> Keymap -> Plug-ins -> Scala -> ScalaConsole.Execute. Change shortcut here and check it.

Best regards,
Aleksandr Podkhaliuzin.

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Hi,
If you need a guinea pig for testing the docs I am here!

It is realy frustrating that this plugin does not work / or that it is so difficult to set up a working scala project.

Cheers,
Thomas

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We have a page, where we are slowly collecting some documentation about plugin: http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/IntelliJIDEA/Scala+Development
Also we started to rework project structure, after that creating and using project with Scala will be much simpler than we have now.

Best regards,
Alexander Podkhalyuzin.

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