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Add Verbosity property to GitVersionSettings #2141

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WhiteWaterCoder opened this Issue Apr 25, 2018 · 0 comments

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commented Apr 25, 2018

What You Are Seeing?

GitVersionSettings does not contain a property for verbosity which means that the only way to increase the default logging level is through ArgumentCustomization.

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What is Expected?

A Verbosity property of type GitVersionVerbosity which would add the verbosity flag. It would also be handy to set the default value of the property to match that of Cake's verbosity.

What version of Cake are you using?

0.25 (will upgrade to 0.27.1 soon)

Are you running on a 32 or 64 bit system?

x64

What environment are you running on? Windows? Linux? Mac?

Windows

Are you running on a CI Server? If so, which one?

Both locally and CI (TeamCity)

How Did You Get This To Happen? (Steps to Reproduce)

This is a new feature so not applicable.

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Release Notes

As a result of this change, you will see a failing build if you are still using the 3.x.x version of GitVersion. The Verbosity setting changed between version 3 and 4, and as a result, the 3.x.x. is unable to parse the verbosity settings that Cake Aliases is passing in. The recommendation in this case would be to change to start using the 4.x.x version of GitVersion. Given that this is the only change between the versions of GitVersion, currently, there are no immediate plans to create GitVersion3 and GitVersion4 aliases for Cake. However, if someone would like to start this work, then we would welcome reviewing a PR to include these.

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