I’d like to stop scalafmt from rearranging/deleting/replacing my imports. I haven’t used the rewrite rules
AsciiSortImports (and I don’t think any of my other settings should mess with imports either).
One problem I have is that scalafmt rearranges imports in an order I don’t like (I have them separated into three groups with blank lines in between, and scalafmt turns them into two).
A more annoying issue is that Scala 3 wildcards are deleted. An import like
import com.foo.* becomes
import com.foo, and an import like
import Foo.* just gets deleted. This means that every time I format the file, I have to go back and fix all the imports.
I understand that Scala 3 is new and support for it won’t be perfect yet, but this is really hampering my productivity. Is there any way to disable import-related fixes?
Here is my
.scalafmt.conf file, if it matters:
version = 3.0.0-RC2 runner.dialect = scala3 maxColumn = 100 align.preset = some continuationIndent.callSite = 4 continuationIndent.defnSite = 4 continuationIndent.extendSite = 4 rewrite.rules = [RedundantParens] optIn.breakChainOnFirstMethodDot = false newlines.afterCurlyLambda = never newlines.alwaysBeforeElseAfterCurlyIf = false newlines.alwaysBeforeMultilineDef = false verticalMultiline.atDefnSite = false verticalMultiline.newlineAfterOpenParen = false rewrite.scala3.convertToNewSyntax = true