PurposeTags and releases a Grails plug-in to the Grails plug-in repository
This command is for users who have access to the Grails standard plug-in repository at http://plugins.grails.orgThe command allows Grails to manage the release process for you by integrating SVN with Grails. The
grails release-plugin -repository=myRepository
grails release-plugin -pluginlist
release-plugin command supports the following arguments:
If you require access to repository and wish to release your plug-in there contact a member of the Grails development team.The command will check whether the plug-in currently exists in the repository and if not will check-in the plug-in and create a release. The command will automatically upload the plugin to a location such as
repository - The name of the repository to publish to. See the section on Plugin repositories in the user guide.
pluginlist - Publish only an updated plugin list and not the plugin itself
http://plugins.grails.org/grails-name. It will also automatically create the following structure:
trunk directory contains the current latest sources. The
tags directory contains tagged versions of each release and a
LATEST_RELEASE tag that indicates the current latest release.If the plug-in already exists in the repository Grails will update first, then commit the latest change and finally tag the release.Either way the plug-in will then automatically be available via the list-plugins command.