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print-affected

Graph execution plan

Usage

nx print-affected

Install nx globally to invoke the command directly using nx, or use npm run nx or yarn nx.

Examples

Print information about affected projects and the dependency graph.:

nx print-affected

Print information about the projects affected by the changes between master and HEAD (e.g,. PR).:

nx print-affected --base=master --head=HEAD

Prints information about the affected projects and a list of tasks to test them.:

nx print-affected --target=test

Prints information about the affected projects and a list of tasks to build them and their dependencies.:

nx print-affected --target=build --with-deps

Prints the projects property from the print-affected output.:

nx print-affected --target=build --select=projects

Prints the tasks.target.project property from the print-affected output.:

nx print-affected --target=build --select=tasks.target.project

Options

all

All projects

base

Base of the current branch (usually master)

configuration

This is the configuration to use when performing tasks on projects

exclude

Default: ``

Exclude certain projects from being processed

files

Change the way Nx is calculating the affected command by providing directly changed files, list of files delimited by commas

head

Latest commit of the current branch (usually HEAD)

help

Show help

only-failed

Default: false

Isolate projects which previously failed

runner

This is the name of the tasks runner configured in nx.json

select

skip-nx-cache

Default: false

Rerun the tasks even when the results are available in the cache

uncommitted

Uncommitted changes

untracked

Untracked changes

verbose

Print additional error stack trace on failure

version

Show version number