|author||Joe Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun Nov 24 21:35:10 2013 -0500|
|committer||Joe Stein <email@example.com>||Sun Nov 24 21:35:10 2013 -0500|
KAFKA-1133 LICENSE and NOTICE files need to get into META-INF when jars are built before they're signed for publishing to maven reviewed by Joel Koshy
See our web site for details on the project.
To build for a particular version of Scala (either 2.8.0, 2.8.2, 2.9.1, 2.9.2 or 2.10.1), change step 2 above to: 2. ./sbt “++2.8.0 package”
To build for all supported versions of Scala, change step 2 above to: 2. ./sbt +package
Follow instuctions in http://kafka.apache.org/documentation.html#quickstart
./sbt release-zip ./sbt release-tar The release file can be found inside ./target/RELEASE/.
Here are some useful sbt commands, to be executed at the sbt command prompt (./sbt). Prefixing with "++ " runs the command for a specific Scala version, prefixing with “+” will perform the action for all versions of Scala, and no prefix runs the command for the default (2.8.0) version of Scala. -
tasks : Lists all the sbt commands and their descriptions clean : Deletes all generated files (the target directory). compile : Compile all the sub projects, but not create the jars test : Run all unit tests in all sub projects release-zip : Create all the jars, run unit tests and create a deployable release zip release-tar : Create all the jars, run unit tests and create a deployable release gzipped tar tall package: Creates jars for src, test, docs etc projects : List all the sub projects project sub_project_name : Switch to a particular sub-project. For example, to switch to the core kafka code, use “project core-kafka”
The following commands can be run only on a particular sub project - test-only package.test.TestName : Runs only the specified test in the current sub project run : Provides options to run any of the classes that have a main method. For example, you can switch to project java-examples, and run the examples there by executing “project java-examples” followed by “run”
For more details please see the SBT documentation
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