moon query touched-files sub-command to query for a list of touched files (added,
modified, deleted, etc) using the current VCS state. These are the same queries that
moon ci and
moon run use under the hood.
Touches files are determined using the following logic:
--defaultBranchis provided, and the current branch is the
vcs.defaultBranch, then compare against the previous revision of the default branch (
HEAD~1). This is what continuous integration uses.
--localis provided, touched files are based on your local index only (
- Otherwise, then compare the defined base (
--base) against head (
# Return all files
$ moon query touched-files
# Return deleted files
$ moon query touched-files --status deleted
# Return all files between 2 revisions
$ moon query touched-files --base <branch> --head <commit>
By default, this will output a list of absolute file paths, separated by new lines.
The files can also be output in JSON by passing the
--json flag. The output has the following
--defaultBranch- When on the default branch, compare against the previous revision.
--base <rev>- Base branch, commit, or revision to compare against. Defaults to
--head <rev>- Current branch, commit, or revision to compare with. Defaults to
--json- Display the files in JSON format.
--local- Gather files from you local state instead of remote.
--status <type>- Filter files based on a touched status. Can be passed multiple times.