We'd be fools not the ride this strange torpedo all the way out to the end.

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comment How to set up Jacoco with activator/sbt?
Thanks for the assistance! Your update resolved my issues.
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comment How to set up Jacoco with activator/sbt?
Still having some issues, here's the build.sbt and plugins.sbt: pastebin.com/iC6ku385
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accepted How to set up Jacoco with activator/sbt?
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comment How to set up Jacoco with activator/sbt?
Thanks for explicit instructions. I'm not familiar with sbt/activator and was missing the new jacoco4sbt-play play-scala. Activator test seems to be working, but I still get the following error with jacoco:cover: Not a valid key: cover (similar: resolvers, compilers, deliver)
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revised How to set up Jacoco with activator/sbt?
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asked How to set up Jacoco with activator/sbt?
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answered Check if Sudoku solution is valid
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comment Finding all combinations of well-formed brackets
I think I'm missing something really stupid, but why doesn't this just print n strings like [(), (()), ((())),...]. It looks like calling Brackets(n) calls brackets(n, args*) n times and brackets(n, args*) only returns a single output at the end of its recursion. Each recursion also just greeidly appends open parens (why is this even called brackets?) until there are pairs number open parens and then appends closed parens until there are pairs number closed parens
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comment How to pause Firebug logging?
Woudl really like to know this as well... THis is incredibly annoying that this is not an obvious feature.
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comment Squash all Git commits into a single commit
@jeremyjjbrown I guess I should have been clearer. I meant such that the top commit is picked and all remaining are squashed (and I guess keep only the top comment? or maybe merge them?)
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comment Squash all Git commits into a single commit
If I'm really lazy, is there a way to do all of this using an alias or shell function? I find that I tend to this all of this multiple times a day.
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