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February 17, 2022

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We are so incredibly excited to bring about an official release of this github action that our very own Eric Peterson has started. This has been a collective effort with the mighty Michael Born, Github Actions Guru, to bring you speed, optimizations and documentation to getting CommandBox CLI installed in Github actions easily and speedily.

With this action you will be able to easily setup CommandBox, seed it with modules, or even store your FORGEBOX API Token. Go build something cool!

Release Notes

Added

  • Ability to install any package when installed via the install input
  • Ability to install ANY CommandBox version by leveraging the version input
  • Ability to disable/enable the installation of our global dependencies via the installSystemModules input
  • Ability to run a box version upon installation via the warmup input

Changed

  • installSystemModules is now false by default. If you want cfconfig and dotenv, you must explicitly set this input to true
  • Only set the FORGEBOX tokens when passed as an input
  • Migrated installation from apt to binary installs

Usage

Simple usage:

- name: Setup CommandBox
  uses: Ortus-Solutions/setup-commandbox@v2.0.0

With Global Dependencies:

- name: Setup CommandBox
  uses: Ortus-Solutions/setup-commandbox@v2.0.0
  with:
    installSystemModules: true

With Specific Dependencies:

- name: Setup CommandBox
  uses: Ortus-Solutions/setup-commandbox@v2.0.0
  with:
    install: commandbox-fusionreactor

With ForgeBox Token

- name: Setup CommandBox With ForgeBox Key
  uses: Ortus-Solutions/setup-commandbox@v2.0.0
  with:
    forgeboxAPIKey: my-token

Install a specific version of CommandBox

- name: Setup CommandBox With ForgeBox Key
  uses: Ortus-Solutions/setup-commandbox@v2.0.0
  with:
    version: 5.0.0

Go Forth & Conquer!

Go build cool stuff, follow us, [tweet about us](https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=The CommandBox CLI Github Action is amazing&url=https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/commandbox-github-actions-v200-released?cbcache), and please star our project!

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