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is this it?
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
I plan on adding some schematic to make that easier, but like I said it should work in the meantime. The nx source you should look at is https://github.com/nrwl/nx/blob/master/packages/workspace/src/core/file-utils.ts#L277
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
ah great!
let me try to debug it
ah found it
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
Whats going on?
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
you actually have to put everything in either an app folder or on lib folder hehe
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
Ah, yeah that can be the case depending on your nx setup. An option to get around that is to set your configuration to have apps: "" in nx.json
Or libs: ""
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
ah great… was just looking for that config
was hoping that it wasn’t hard coded haha
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
Yeah, here is how its setup in nx itself https://github.com/nrwl/nx/blob/master/nx.json
Lines 51-52
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
yeay, it works!
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
Excellent, feel free to let me know if you encounter any further issues.
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
I will :)
thnx for helping out! :beers:
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
Sure, no worries
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
Quick question… you can’t configure the layout algoritm of the dependency graph right?
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It is now outputting like this, and the box is in the way
Michel van den Berg
@promontis
nevermind… nrwl/nx#4553
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
Yeah, theres not anything we can do at the plugin-layer on that
masaanli
@masaanli
What about caching?
or that kind of stuff does this plugin also supports that?
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder

Hey @masaanli, yeah so the build caching and remote cache both are built into Nx. Any commands ran through Nx can take advantage of them so long as the target name ( build in this case) is listed in the task runner's cacheable operations. By default this includes build, test, lint, and e2e.

Here's a link to the talk I gave at Nx conf that goes over how this alls plays together: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRIXPTIKTmA&t=6s

Neil Stevens
@StickNitro
Does this support running an Azure Function application, looks like the serve executor currently does dotnet run whereas a function app is a Library and started using the function runtime, e.g. func
Craigory Coppola
@AgentEnder
The nx plugin itself doesnt provide anything special for azure functions, but you could use the build executors mixed with @nrwl/workspace:run-commands to run func dist/libs/my-library.dll
Neil Stevens
@StickNitro
Thanks, managed to get that working