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Simple image containing all build dependencies for building jhipster applications with gitlab ci
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gitlab-ci-jhipster-stack

This image contains all dependencies to run build for jhipster applications on
gitlab ci. It requires the use of the provided wrappers for gradle and maven.

Maven example

In order to have local maven repository cached by gitlab ci you have to change
the local maven repository when executing maven:

./mvnw package -Dmaven.repo.local=$MAVEN_USER_HOME

In order to cache e.g. node_modules you can define this in your gitlab-ci.yml.
A sample gitlab ci config may look like this:

image: atomfrede/gitlab-ci-jhipster-stack

cache:
  key: "$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME"
  paths:
    - node_modules
    - .maven

before_script:
    - export MAVEN_USER_HOME=`pwd`/.maven
    - npm install

stages:
  - build

mvn-package:
  stage: build
  script: "./mvnw package -Dmaven.repo.local=$MAVEN_USER_HOME"

A full example can be found on gitlab.

Gradle example

For gradle you have to change the gradle cache directory. When using the convention property GRADLE_USER_HOME you don't need to
specify the cache directory for every command. The downloaded gradle wrapper is also cached in this case.

image: atomfrede/gitlab-ci-jhipster-stack

cache:
  key: "$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME"
  paths:
    - node_modules
    - .gradle/wrapper
    - .gradle/caches

before_script:
    - export GRADLE_USER_HOME=`pwd`/.gradle
    - npm install

stages:
  - build

gradle-assemble:
  stage: build
  script: "./gradlew assemble"

A full example can be found on gitlab.

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