I have a repository that contains two packages with slightly different source data. These packages have the same name
effortless_audit the hooks are different as one targets Windows and the other targets Linux. I am trying to set up a
.bldr.toml for a pipeline to automatically build both packages when changes are made to them. I’m not really sure how to write the builder toml when I want them to have the same name.
This is what my folder structure looks like
linux_pkg src habitat plan.sh hooks run windows_pkg src habitat plan.ps1 hooks run
I think my
.bldr.toml might look like this but I’m concerned that the
[pkg_name] is overriding the
pkg_name value in the plan.
[effortless_audit_linux] plan_path = 'linux_pkg' paths = ["linux_pkg/*"] [effortless_audit_windows] plan_path = 'windows_pkg' paths = ["windows_pkg/*"]
I could potentially just have these as different packages but their purpose is identical it’s just the src and hooks that are different because Windows and Linux are different.