Custom run task for subproject with arguments from build.sbt?
I have a subproject named oppenheimer in my project. It's very simple to run this project from the sbt console.
[myproject] $ oppenheimer/run
I can also pass in a command line argument as such:
[myproject] $ oppenheimer/run migrate [myproject] $ oppenheimer/run clean
How can I do this from build.sbt? Is it possible to define a task that does this? It would suffice to have something like this:
val customMigrate = ... val customClean = ...
And this is so that I could use it elsewhere in the project, like such:
(test in Test) <<= (test in Test).dependsOn(customMigrate)
The answer is given in the sbt FAQ section "How can I create a custom run task, in addition to run?". Basically:
lazy val customMigrate = taskKey[Unit]("custom run task") fullRunTask(customMigrate, Test, "foo.Main", "migrate")