This package allows a simple interaction with Dart Editor in
You can read Build.dart and the Dart Editor Build System to understand available interactions with Dart Editor.
You can use the
BuildOptions to parse arguments.
final opts = BuildOptions.parse(new Options().arguments); opts.changed; // The list of files that changed and should be rebuilt. opts.removed; // The list of files that was removed and might affect the build. opts.clean; // bool opts.full; // bool opts.machine; // bool opts.deploy; // bool
You can use
BuildResult to create the output of
final result = new BuildResult(); result.addError('foo.html', 23,'no ID found'); result.addWarning('foo.html', 24,'no ID found', charStart: 123, charEnd: 130); result.addInfo('foo.html', 25,'no ID found'); result.addMapping('foo.html', 'out/foo.html'); print(result); // to provide information to editor
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: editor_build: "^0.0.5"
You can install packages from the command line:
$ pub get
$ flutter packages get
Alternatively, your editor might support
pub get or
Check the docs for your editor to learn more.
Now in your Dart code, you can use:
|0.0.5||Oct 7, 2014|
|0.0.4||Nov 9, 2013|
|0.0.3||Oct 31, 2013|
|0.0.2||Oct 12, 2013|
|0.0.1||Jul 13, 2013|
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