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Let build.sbt define dependency on another local library

I tend to prefer a build definition in project/Build.scala, instead of build.sbt. But the following code within the object Build should also do for a standard build.sbt.

import sbt._

object Build extends Build {
  lazy val projectA ="a"))
  lazy val projectB ="b")).dependsOn(projectA)


//your root build.scala
name := "test"

version := "1.0"

scalaVersion := "2.11.4"

val projectA ="a"))
val projectB ="b")).dependsOn(projectA)

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