Adding The Scalastyle Plugin To Eclipse

Unmesha Sreeveni shows us how to install the Scalastyle plugin in Eclipse:

Scalastyle is a style checker for Scala. It checks your Scala code against a number of configurable rules, and marks the code which violates these rules with warning or error markers in your source code.

Click through for the step-by-step process.

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