moon ci command is a special command that should be ran in a continuous integration (CI)
environment, as it does all the heavy lifting necessary for effectively running tasks.
By default this will run all tasks that are affected by touched files and have the
runInCI task option enabled.
$ moon ci
However, you can provide a list of targets to run, instead of relying on
$ moon ci :build :lint
View the official continuous integration guide for a more in-depth example of how to utilize this command.
...[target]- Targets to run.
--base <rev>- Base branch, commit, or revision to compare against. Can be set with
MOON_BASE. Defaults to
--head <rev>- Current branch, commit, or revision to compare with. Can be set with
MOON_HEAD. Defaults to
--job <index>- Index of the current job.
--jobTotal <total>Total amount of jobs to run.