Sometimes it happens: I’m programming but I must stop and go to sleep. Some new feature is working, but needs some better code or error handling. So I put that ugly TODO there.
Until now, sbt-findtags has a small, but useful set of features:
- Allow you to specify which tags you wanna search in your source code (the default tags are TODO and FIXME)
- Generate a text report showing where the found tags are (file and line number)
- Don’t want tags in your precious source code? You can make the build break if they are found.
Instructions about how to add sbt-findtags to your Scala project can be found in the README.md file. Contributions and suggestions are welcome.