Install the plugin
Add the plugin according to the sbt documentation.
For instance, add the following lines to the file hello/project/build.sbt in your project directory:
resolvers += "cavorite" at "http://files.cavorite.com/maven/" addSbtPlugin("com.cavorite" % "sbt-avro" % "0.2")
Import the plugin settings
To activate the plugin, import its settings by adding the following lines to your hello/build.sbt file:
seq( sbtavro.SbtAvro.avroSettings : _*)
All settings and tasks are in the avro scope. If you want to execute the generate task directly, just run avro:generate.
|Name||Name in shell||Default||Description|
|sourceDirectory||source-directory||src/main/avro||Path containing *.avsc and *.avpr files.|
|javaSource||java-source||$sourceManaged/compiled_avro||Path for the generated *.java files.|
Version of the Avro library should be used.
A dependency to "org.apache.avro" % "avro-compiler" % "$version" is automatically added to libraryDependencies.
|Name||Name in shell||Description|
|generate||generate||Compiles the Avro files. This task is automatically executed everytime the project is compiled.|
The source code is hosted in GitHub: https://github.com/cavorite/sbt-avro. Feel free to fork the repository, submit your bug reports, questions and comments.
This program is distributed under the BSD license. See the file LICENSE for more details.
sbt-avro is maintained by Juan Manuel Caicedo. I wrote it based on sbt-protobuf (even this README file!). This is my first attempt to write an sbt plugin, so feel free to send your comments and bug reports.
Version 0.2 (2012-11-11)
Updated to the latest stable versions of sbt (0.12.1) and Avro (1.7.2). Thanks to Brennan Saeta.
Version 0.1 (2012-01-20)
Initial release. Based on the source code of sbt-protobuf.
Last update: November 11, 2012.