raboof on main
Added support for different git… Merge pull request #197 from li… (compare)
raboof on main
Fix console reader issues (#219… (compare)
SethTisue on v2.0.0
SettingKey, it's a
in ThisBuild: https://github.com/sbt/sbt-git/blob/7e380cb63c7741bb42dad37d8f55b2bd917abca3/src/main/scala/com/typesafe/sbt/SbtGit.scala#L152
def useJGit: Setting[_] = gitRunner in ThisBuild := JGitRunner
git statusfrom inside the shell when in
sbt. However, I am confused as to how to use the versioning feature of this plugin. in my
build.sbti have a hardcoded value
version := "1.1.5". I don't want this hardcoded value but rather want it generated from this plugin. Is this possible to do ?
vals in the exported object, let me check it for ya: https://github.com/sbt/sbt-git/blob/master/src/main/scala/com/typesafe/sbt/SbtGit.scala#L14
gitCurrentTagswhich gives you a
git.gitCurrentTagsas a SettingKey
reloadto update those values...
git describewithin a custom sbt task that would have to invoke the corresponding sbt command, provided by the plugin... I did go that path for some things and it's not too pretty, but it should be feasible... the complicated piece with sbt is that you want to call a command (that needs a build state) from a task, which has none. There's a Task already to get the state, but I couldn't yet figure out how to read sbt's logged output for the describe command as something that the task can return as a value...