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This page describes the shell script , part of the Atlassian Plugin SDK.
- Creates an example of a Confluence plugin, which you can adapt to suit your own plugin's needs. (Runs .) Interpreted parameters: .
This shell script supports some interpreted parameters, specified below. All other parameters are passed straight through to Maven.
Explaining the table columns:
Name of the project. This is an identifier for your plugin. It corresponds to the Maven artifactId. If you do not enter this value, the script will prompt you for it.
Identifier for the logical group of artifacts associated with the project. Will be used as the default value for . Corresponds to the Maven groupId. If you do not enter this value, the script will prompt you for it.
Version of your plugin. Default is . If you do not enter this value, the script will prompt you for it.
Name of the Java package that will contain the plugin source code. Default is the value given for .
If this parameter is present, interactive mode is turned off, so that the script will not prompt the user for input. In this case, the script will fail if you do not provide the and .
--non-interactive doesn't accept a value.
The shell script will display some help text if you enter one of the following as the first argument:
atlas-create-confluence-plugin -? atlas-create-confluence-plugin -help
Let's assume you want to create a new Confluence plugin skeleton. Simply open a command window, go to the directory where you want to create the plugin and type:
Let's assume you want to create a new Confluence plugin by supplying all the necessary information to the script and allowing the package name to be the same as the group ID. Let's assume you do not want the script to prompt you for information. Type:
atlas-create-confluence-plugin --artifact-id myfooplugin --group-id com.mycompany.plugins --version 1.0 --non-interactive
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