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Make build call install

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There is a particular design aspect of the .NET Core CLI that I like. By default,

I like this API because I think it makes it easier to achieve the behave the user actually wants. I prefer this behavior when I am manually executing commands.

But sometimes it can be helpful to execute a build without a restore or a publish without a build. This is possible by executing

  • dotnet build --no-restore and
  • dotnet publish --no-build (which implicitly sets --no-restore).

I prefer this behavior when doing automated builds, because when some part fails, I think it is easier to determine what part failed.

What about changing the codedoc CLI to behave similarly?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

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loreanvictorcommented, Jun 13, 2020

codedoc serve doesn’t directly call codedoc build, it rather invokes the build() function from @codedoc/core library (alongside rebuild() for iterative rebuilding).

TysonMNcommented, Jun 13, 2020

I agree with all that.

If you did decide to do this though, codedoc serve would only need to call codedoc build --no-install (or whatever).

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