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F# Helpers for Azure DevOps

Introduction

This extension contains build tasks for use within Azure Devops that are particularly useful within the F# world. At the current time, the extension contains the following tasks.

Contributors: @isaacabraham, @matthid.

Note

There are some smaller extensions you can install instead of this one:

it is not recommeded to install these together with the F# Helpers for Azure DevOps extension (ie they should not be installed at the same time). You can either install the "F# Helpers for Azure DevOps" extension for an all-in-one solution or any combination of the smaller ones. You can switch back and forth between the all-in-one and subset-packages any time by uninstalling the extensions. Your existing build and release processes will continue to work, but might no longer receive updates for already used tasks!

Tasks

Setup Paket Credential Provider

Use the Setup Paket Credential Provider task to setup the required credential manager to access your internal Azure DevOps NuGet feeds within your own build script running paket.

Note: For this task to work correctly you need to have the dotnet SDK installed on your agent (or installed via "DotNet Install" task).

Paket Credential Provider Cleanup

Cleanup the credential manager to prevent follow-up-tasks to access the internal NuGet feed.

Note: After the build, no other build has access to the credentials - they will be safely cleaned up after the build no matter if you use that task.

Paket Restore

Use the Paket Restore task to download the full Paket executable via the Paket Bootstrapper that you have committed into source control, and automatically run paket restore. You can override the location of the bootstrapper, but this defaults to the .paket folder.

FAKE 5 Runner

Use the FAKE 5 Runner task to execute any FAKE 5 script in the repository. This task downloads and caches the given FAKE 5 version. In addition to the path of the FAKE script, you can supply an optional target as well as any other arbitrary arguments that are required.

FAKE 5 Vault

Use the FAKE 5 Vault task to create a fake 5 vault. This task is useful if you want to use secret variables and run your own fake 5 bootstrapping method (ie not the FAKE 5 Runner Task). See the official FAKE documentation

FAKE Runner

Use the FAKE Runner task to execute any FAKE script in the repository. This task assumes that the FAKE executable is located at packages\Fake\tools\Fake.exe. In addition to the path of the FAKE script, you can supply an optional target as well as any other arbitrary arguments that are required.

Execute F# Script

Use the Execute F# Script task to run any .fsx file located in the repository as part of your build - simply supply the path to the .fsx file.