- [Breaking] Mint will not be bundled with Archery anymore and needs to be installed manually when using legacy Arrows.
- [Breaking] Requires Swift 5.
- [Addition] Generate new metadata by loaders.
- [Addition] Passes custom environment variables to all scripts and arrows:
- [Addition] Scripts can now be run in sequence with just an array literal
do-all: [first, second, third]
vknabel/ArcheryArrowimplicitly uses the new scripting API and does not require compilation anymore.
- [Improvement] Scripts can now be run in sequence without using
- [Improvement] Bash scripts do not require
vknabel/BashArrowimplicitly uses the new scripting API and does not require compilation anymore.
- [Deprecation] The classical
arrow-script type will be deprecated and will be removed in far future.
Upcoming Breaking Changes
Previously all scripts were defined as arrow: a separate Swift Package accepting specific arguments, being installed using Mint. This mechanism is now deprecated and will be replaced by plain scripts and environment variables.
Please note the arrow-shorthand syntax
script-name: your/Arrow deprecated in version 0.2.1 is still available and has not been removed yet.
- Bumped internal dependencies
- Correctly passes interrupts
- Shorthand arrow syntax will be migrated to
Upcoming Breaking Change
Currently when passing a named string as a script, it will be expanded as
The new behavior will run the provided string as a command line script as
arrow: BashArrow and
command: your script.
Until the next breaking update, repo names will still work as previously.
All strings containing exactly one
/, no space and which do not start with a
., will still be treated as arrow.
scripts: # Deprecated shorthand example: "vknabel/BeakArrow" # this would run the arrow # New behavior format: "swiftformat ." # this would run a `vknabel/BashArrow` command
- Archerfile supports YAML
Archerfile supports YAML
Especially if your Archerfile contains descriptions it will get hard to read soon. As a better format we replaced JSON with YAML, which is a superset of JSON and hence won’t break your configs. As the Archerfile should not be read directly, this update won’t break arrows.
- Improved error messages
- Improved README.md
- Initial Release