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Yaktor DSLs created by SciSpike creating data models and behavior for your Yaktor Application

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NOTE: Please report issues at https://github.com/SciSpike/yaktor-issues/issues.

Introduction

This is an Xtext-based project containing the Yaktor DSLs created by SciSpike, which includes

  • the Yaktor DSL eclipse jars,
  • the Yaktor DSL command line interface (CLI),
  • the Yaktor DSL eclipse Plugin, and
  • the yaktor-lang npm module.

Building

There are two ways to build: Docker (recommended) & natively.

Building with Docker

docker build -t yaktor-mvn-build docker
./build.sh mvn clean install

FTW

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[INFO] BUILD SUCCESS
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Building natively

NOTE: You are strongly encouraged to build via Docker; native building is unsupported.

To build from your native environment, ensure the following are installed.

  • Maven 3.2 (only 3.2.x, for now)
  • JDK 7 (JDK 8 has not yet been tested)
  • Node 4.4.x & its associated npm
  • A recent version of git
  • A Unix-like build environment

Next, issue the following command:

$ MAVEN_OPTS='-Xms256m -XX:MaxPermSize=1024m -Xmx1024m' \
  mvn clean install -V

TIP: If you have errors, they are most likely related to your environment.

Releasing the Yaktor DSL CLI

NOTE: This creates a new release that's published to the whole world.

What Kind of Release?

We follow semver release semantics. Refer to them when deciding on which kind of release to perform.

There are three kinds of releases: minor, patch & prerelease.

NOTE: procedurally, major releases are no different than minor releases; the only difference is that the minor & patch versions are 0 (the full version is n.0.0, where n is an integer). In order to prepare for a major release, you must update the versions to x.0.0-SNAPSHOT, where x is the next major version. You can do that with ./bump.sh premajor. Then, you perform a minor release as described below.

Minor (or Major) Release

In order to perform a major or minor release (z.0.0 or x.y.0, respectively), do the following.

  • Get the Yaktor source to your machine & note its absolute path; see section "Building" above.
  • git checkout master
  • grunt release-minor

The Grunt task release-minor

  • builds & tests the multimodule Maven project,
  • creates a maintenance branch,
  • bumps all versions appropriately in master & the maintenance branches,
  • creates all appropriate release tags,
  • pushes everything to GitHub (which triggers a Travis CI build),
  • publishes the Yaktor DSL CLI Java artifact to Maven Central, and
  • publishes the Yaktor DSL npm module to npmjs.com.

The actual release is sourced from the Travis CI build server. See https://github.com/SciSpike/yaktor-dsl-xtext/blob/master/.travis.yml for details.

Patch Release

In order to perform a patch release (x.y.z), do the following.

  • Get the Yaktor source to your machine & note its absolute path; see section "Building" above.
  • git checkout the maintenance branch. Maintenance branches take the form vi.j.x, where i & j are integers and x is literal, like v1.2.x.
  • grunt release-patch

The Grunt task release-patch

  • builds & tests the multimodule Maven project,
  • bumps all versions appropriately,
  • creates all appropriate release tags in the maintenance branch,
  • pushes everything to GitHub (which triggers a Travis CI build),
  • publishes the Yaktor DSL CLI Java artifact to Maven Central, and
  • publishes the Yaktor DSL npm module to npmjs.com.

The actual release is sourced from the Travis CI build server. See https://github.com/SciSpike/yaktor-dsl-xtext/blob/master/.travis.yml for details.

Prerelease

NOTE: Prereleases are performed manually! Read on.

Prereleases (or SNAPSHOTs, in Maven parlance) are automatically performed on pushes to the master branch or any maintenance branch (vi.j.x). Builds are on Travis CI.

If you need to publish a prerelease of the CLI npm module, you must do so manually after your successful local build by doing the following:

  • cd ./cli/target/npm
  • npm login ... (optional)
  • ./npm-publish.sh

IMPORTANT: It's up to you to ensure that your local build is successful before publishing prereleases. While it is a prerelease, you want to do your best to ensure that you're publishing properly built artifacts.

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