Building your application locally
To build your application locally (for local testing), run this in any directory:
cartridge build [PATH] [flags]
||Path to a custom
If you run
cartridge build without the
your application directory must contain a
The file is already in that directory if you created your app from the default template.
build also supports global flags.
--quiet flag is particularly convenient when building an application.
The command requires one argument—the path to your application directory
(that is, to the build source).
The default path is
. (current directory).
cartridge build runs:
./cartridge.pre-build(if this file exists in the application root directory)
tarantoolctl rocks make
During step 2—the key step here—
cartridge installs all dependencies
specified in the
If your application depends on closed-source rocks, or if the build should contain
rocks from a project added as a submodule, install all these
dependencies before calling
tarantoolctl rocks make.
You can do so using a special file,
which has to be located in your application directory.
If you created your application from template, the directory already contains the file.
cartridge.pre-build, specify all the rocks to build from submodules.
For example, add the following line:
tarantoolctl rocks make --chdir ./third_party/proj
To learn more, read about pre-build and post-build scripts.
The fully built application will appear in the
You can start it locally from your application directory.
Instead of using the pre-build script, you can define the build logic
cmake commands in your
like we do it in Cartridge.