The Shell task will run your automated shell scripts / commands.
It lives under the
shell namespace and has following configurable parameters:
# grumphp.yml parameters: tasks: shell: scripts:  triggered_by: [php]
This options specifies the paths to your shell scripts.
You can specify which executables or shell commands should run.
If you want to run a command, add
-c as a first argument. This will execute the command instead of trying to open and interpret it.
All scripts / shell commands need to succeed for the task to complete.
# grumphp.yml parameters: tasks: shell: scripts: - script.sh - ["-c", "./bin/command arg1 arg2"]
Note: When using the
-c option, the next argument should contain the full executable with all parameters. Be carefull: quotes will be escaped!
This option will specify which file extensions will trigger the shell tasks. By default Shell will be triggered by altering a PHP file. You can overwrite this option to whatever file you want to use!