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Java Introduction to Scala Functional Programming with Scala Our First Scala App

Amornchot Singh
Amornchot Singh
1,335 Points

Scala Class not found

Dear,

I have installed intelliJ with Scala already. However, when I right-click on src file to create a scala class, it can't be selected. Please let me know how to deal with this problem.

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,561 Points

Would also like to know how to solve this? andi mitre

Once you update to IntelliJ 2017.1 ... it's even worse to try and start a Scala project to match the tutorial.

I'm having the same problem.

4 Answers

Elaine Oglesbay
Elaine Oglesbay
19,264 Points

I think I found the answer on StackOverflow. "Right click on src > Mark directory as > Sources Root" https://stackoverflow.com/questions/38006735/unable-to-create-scala-class-on-intellij

Richard Kiddle
Richard Kiddle
9,372 Points

Right-click on src. Select new Scalar class. When it asks for a new filename change object to class on the drop-down menu.

Nabeel Sneij
Nabeel Sneij
1,050 Points

Had same problem as everyone above. Elaine's research helped me out. Thanks Elaine!

Using Windows 10.

Stephen Cole
PLUS
Stephen Cole
Courses Plus Student 11,670 Points

As of today 11/11/19, IntelliJ is an exercise in frustration.

After opening the project, I had to right-click on the src folder and "Open Module Settings."

On the right-hand side of this window, I had to left-click on the blue "Source Folders" path that says "src/mail/scala."

Then, to create the Scala object, I had to right-click on that particular folder... src/main/scala to create the SuperHeroes object.

Time to fix this content.