When running scalas scripts, the first output line is something like:
[info] Set current project to root-5a8b3b7852543088d088 (in build file:/Users/username/bin/~/.sbt/boot/5a8b3b7852543088d088/)
This does not give much useful information and is more of a distraction. Also, if I want to pipe the output of the script to another script, I would have to filter this line as well.
Is there a flag or some other way to stop sbt from printing this line?
For now, as a workaround, I am piping the output of the script into
to drop the first line:
exec java $JAVA_OPTS -jar "$LAUNCHJAR" "$@" | tail -n +2