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mvn-deploy-file

1.0.1 • Public • Published

mvn-deploy-file

A Node.js wrapper for mvn deploy:deploy-file for deploying files to a Nexus repository using information in a config file or package.json.

Install

npm i mvn-deploy-file -g

Use at command line

# With a separate config file
mvn-deploy-file snapshot *.rpm --config=config.json

# With config in package.json
mvn-deploy-file snapshot *.rpm

# With options
mvn-deploy-file snapshot *.rpm \
  --groupId="com.myorg.mygroup" \
  --url="http://nexus.myorg.com/content" \
  --repositoryId="snapshots"

Use programmatically

var mvnDeployFile = require('mvn-deploy-file')
var minimist = require('minimist')
var options = minimist(process.argv.slice(2))
var args = options._
delete options._

mvnDeployFile(args, options, function onMvnDeployFile (err, url) {
  if (err) {
    throw err
  }
  console.log('Uploaded: ', url)
})

Example config.json

			{
					"snapshot": {
							"groupId": "com.myorg.mygroup",
							"url": "http://nexus.myorg.com/content/snapshots",
							"repositoryId": "snapshots"
					},
					"release": {
							"groupId": "com.myorg.mygroup",
							"url": "http://nexus.myorg.com/content/snapshots",
							"repositoryId": "snapshots"
					}
			}

Example package.json

If you are using config.json or command-line options:

			{
					"name": "mvn-deploy-file",
					"version": "1.0.0",
			}

If you are storing options in package.json

			{
					"name": "mvn-deploy-file",
					"version": "1.0.0",
					"mvn-deploy-file": {
							"snapshot": {
									"groupId": "com.myorg.mygroup",
									"url": "http://nexus.myorg.com/content/snapshots",
									"repositoryId": "snapshots"
							},
							"release": {
									"groupId": "com.myorg.mygroup",
									"url": "http://nexus.myorg.com/content/snapshots",
									"repositoryId": "snapshots"
							}
					}
			}

The mvn command produced

All the examples above result in this command being executed:

mvn -e deploy:deploy-file \
    -Durl="http://nexus.myorg.com/content/snapshots" \
    -DrepositoryId="snapshots" \
    -DgroupId="com.myorg.mygroup" \
    -DartifactId="mvn-deploy-file" \
    -Dversion="1.0.0-SNAPSHOT" \
    -Dpackaging=rpm \
    -Dfile="something.rpm"

Command line arguments

mvn-deploy-file [config-key [glob-pattern]]

  1. config-key - Maps to key in config file. If the word snapshot is anywhere in this key, -SNAPSHOT will be appended to the version
  2. glob-pattern - Only a single file can match glob pattern or an error is thrown

Command line options

All command line options accepted by mvn -e deploy:deploy-file map to equivalent options for this tool except -D is replaced with --

For example -Dpackaging === --packaging

There is also the additional option, unique to this tool, of --config for specifying a configuration separate from package.json

For the --file option, a glob pattern can be used.

Configuration options

The root object has config-keys that map to the first command line argument.
Each of the options under a config-key are the same as command line options except that config is not valid.

The name and version in a package.json map to artifactId and version respectively.

Option Hierarchy

Each of the following overwrites the options beneath it:

  1. command-line options
  2. config.json
  3. package.json mvn-deploy-file section
  4. package.json

Unique Behavior

  • The following values are pulled from a normal package.json:

    pkg.name ==> -DartifactId pkg.version ==> -Dversion

  • In both the config.json and mvn-deploy-file section of package.json options are pulled directly based on the first command line argument.

  • If 'snapshot' is found anywhere in the first command line argument, the version has "-SNAPSHOT" appended to it, otherwise these config keys may be anything and as many as you wish.

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install

npm i mvn-deploy-file

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