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change output directory from build/

Derek Marley
Currently I am performing a POC on using Spock test framework to test IBM Integration Broker Flows (working well)

However the legacy code uses the directory build/ for their own software, so I need to change where the reports are being pushed

I am running "gradle test" command to execute the tests.

Is this possible?

Thanks.

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RE: change output directory from build/

KARR, DAVID

This is a Gradle question, not a Spock question.

 

I believe you would set the “buildDir” variable to this new value.  I think it can be a relative path, so if you want Gradle to write everything in “build2”, just set it to that.

 

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Subject: change output directory from build/

 

Currently I am performing a POC on using Spock test framework to test IBM Integration Broker Flows (working well)

 

However the legacy code uses the directory build/ for their own software, so I need to change where the reports are being pushed

 

I am running "gradle test" command to execute the tests.

 

Is this possible?

 

Thanks.

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Re: change output directory from build/

Derek Marley
Hi David -- you are correct on both points.  Thanks that resolved my issue.  

Cheers,
Derek

On Thursday, 25 June 2015 15:28:10 UTC-6, David Karr wrote:

This is a Gradle question, not a Spock question.

 

I believe you would set the “buildDir” variable to this new value.  I think it can be a relative path, so if you want Gradle to write everything in “build2”, just set it to that.

 

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Subject: change output directory from build/

 

Currently I am performing a POC on using Spock test framework to test IBM Integration Broker Flows (working well)

 

However the legacy code uses the directory build/ for their own software, so I need to change where the reports are being pushed

 

I am running "gradle test" command to execute the tests.

 

Is this possible?

 

Thanks.

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