hi, everyone. quick question. Is there a command to build all affected apps?
yes, of course. but i want to ignore libs
use –exclude then
i’m looking for something like
nx affected:build --apps
yes, i haven’t found examples on how to use that option
affected:build --exclude $(affected:libs)
awesome. will do. thx
hey, . I managed to define an npm script to run affected app builds.
"affected:build:master:main": "nx affected:build --exclude \"$(npm run --silent affected:libs:master) integrations\" --base=origin/master --head=HEAD --prod",
"affected:libs:master": "nx affected:libs --base=origin/master --head=HEAD --plain",
the problem is that I’m not sure the exclude is working completely fine.
the output of
npm run --silent affected:libs:master is
models devices-notifications-state shared-locations-state add-devices-state locations-common scenes-common companies locations company home snapshot scenes devices user-hub devices-notifications websocket-client webrtc-notifications devices-state calls shared-devices-state devices-common user-hub-state users-common companies-state companies-list first-company common-db-models pbx-sync snapshot-common app-common shared-services groups-dialogs groups-state common-state web-rtc auth login company-state websocket-msg common-utils app-helpers login-common material db-helpers sidebar database theme compose messages pbx-users-common backend-utils type-utils calls-utils colors smart-building
but somehow the command output of affected:build is
```NX Running target build for projects:
you can see that
composeare in the affected output but i tried to exclude them with my command :thinking_face: any ideas?
database is also in the affected:libs output
what project type do they have in your angular.json or workspace.json?
They all have
Except for integrations which i added manually because it’s an app that i don’t want built
what os are you on?
Ubuntu with wsl on windows