Builds the current project
goreleaser build command is analogous to the
go build command, in the sense it only builds binaries.
Its intended usage is, for example, within Makefiles to avoid setting up ldflags and etc in several places. That way, the GoReleaser config becomes the source of truth for how the binaries should be built.
It also allows you to generate a local build for your current machine only using the
--single-target option, and specific build IDs using the
--id option in case you have more than one.
GOARCH environment variables are used to determine the target, defaulting to the current machine target if not set.
goreleaser build [flags]
--clean Remove the dist folder before building -f, --config string Load configuration from file -h, --help help for build --id stringArray Builds only the specified build ids -o, --output string Copy the binary to the path after the build. Only taken into account when using --single-target and a single id (either with --id or if configuration only has one build) -p, --parallelism int Amount tasks to run concurrently (default: number of CPUs) --single-target Builds only for current GOOS and GOARCH, regardless of what's set in the configuration file --skip-after Skips global after hooks --skip-before Skips global before hooks --skip-post-hooks Skips all post-build hooks --skip-validate Skips several sanity checks --snapshot Generate an unversioned snapshot build, skipping all validations --timeout duration Timeout to the entire build process (default 30m0s)
Options inherited from parent commands¶
--debug Enable verbose mode (deprecated) --verbose Enable verbose mode
- goreleaser - Deliver Go binaries as fast and easily as possible