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Publishing a Scala library with SBT in Sonatype OSS for dummies:

Pedro Larroy @plarroy

When you use a modern dependency management tool like maven or sbt your dependencies get downloaded automatically. For most of us that's a magic process, most of the time it works and it's great. It really simplifies dependency management and makes us developers very productive.

That's done through the "central" repository, hosted by Sonatype free of charge for open source projects.

Let's say you have an open source project and want to release some artifacts for other people to use through this convenient process. This is a step-by-step guide on how to accomplish this, as the process can be a bit involved.

Setup sonatype account

  1. Follow the two steps in initial setup
  2. Create account
  3. Create a ticket Make sure to fill "Group Id" with your desired name or domain of your project. For example "org.example", let's call this $GROUP_ID

Setup project sbt

In build.sbt: we set "organization" to $GROUP_ID if this is not correct we will get a permission denied error when trying to release.

build.sbt: Make sure to include a "name" for your lib, for example "mylib"

Add the publishing boilerplate as seen in

build.sbt (Lines 22-55) adjusting the values to your project.

Add the "sbt-pgp" plugin globally to sbt:

mkdir -p ~/.sbt/0.13/plugins
echo 'addSbtPlugin("com.jsuereth" % "sbt-pgp" % "1.0.0")' > ~/.sbt/0.13/plugins/gpg.sbt

Start sbt in your project folder

sbt

Create a gpg key

sbt> pgp-cmd gen-key

This should create the public and private keys in ~/.sbt/gpg/

Or import a preexisting key

Alternatively if you have a gpg key you can import it and point the secret keyring of sbt gpg to it:

gpg --import secring.asc
$ cat .sbt/gpg.sbt
pgpSecretRing := file("/Users/xxxx/.gnupg/secring.gpg")

And skip the next step.

Import the key in your gpg keyring

cd ~/.sbt/gpg/
gpg --import secring.asc

Copy the key ID in the output:

gpg: key 526BA3C6: ...
         ^^^^^^^^

Import the public key into a public keyserver that central will use to verify your signed jars

gpg --send-keys --keyserver pgp.mit.edu 526BA3C6 pubring.asc

Make sure your sonatype credentials are available to sbt, put the following in

.sbt/0.13/sonatype.sbt

credentials += Credentials("Sonatype Nexus Repository Manager",
                           "oss.sonatype.org",
                           "<your username>",
                           "<your password>")

From the sbt console you can now do

sbt> publishSigned

This should upload the artifacts, .jar .pom with their respective signatures.

Go to Sonatype OSS to release

Login by cliking on the upper right corner of the screen When you first upload the artifacts they are in a "staging area" not yet released

Scroll down to your artifact and verify that it has the files you want, additionally you can verify the jar with jar tvf to check the contents [screen shot 00](sonatype_00.png)

To release our artifact we need to first "Close" [screen shot 01](sonatype_01.png)

Check in the activity tab that everything is successful, or address any issues encountered Click "Release" After a bit, we should be able to get the dependency in other projects by adding to the libraryDependencies

"org.example" %% "mylib" % "0.1"

That should be all, congratulations! your artifact should be available for the world at large to use!

You might want to also check the similar guide in the SBT documentation