Introduced in 0.28.0
builder-lambda:report [<app>] [<flag>] # Displays a builder-lambda report for one or more apps builder-lambda:set <app> <key> (<value>) # Set or clear a builder-lambda property for an app
lambda builder builds AWS Lambda functions in an environment simulating AWS Lambda runtimes via lambda-builder. Apps built via this builder can run natively in Dokku and may also have their artifacts scheduled to Lambda via an appropriate scheduler.
This builder will be auto-detected in the following case:
lambda.ymlexists in the root of the app repository.
The builder may also be selected via the
lambda builder plugin supports the following AWS runtime languages on Amazon Linux 2:
- go (builder is based on AL1)
See the lambda-builder documentation for more information on how specific languages are detected.
Customizing the build environment¶
lambda builder plugin delegates all build logic to lambda-builder, including language detection and build/runtime environment specification. The lambda-builder tool supports a
lambda.yml file format for customizing how apps are built. Please see the readme for lambda-builder for more information on different options.
When deploying a monorepo, it may be desirable to specify the specific path of the
lambda.yml file to use for a given app. This can be done via the
builder-lambda:set command. If a value is specified and that file does not exist in the app's build directory, then the build will fail.
The default value may be set by passing an empty value for the option:
lambdayml-path property can also be set globally. The global default is
lambda.yml, and the global value is used when no app-specific value is set.
The default value may be set by passing an empty value for the option.
Displaying builder-lambda reports for an app¶
You can get a report about the app's storage status using the
=====> node-js-app builder-lambda information Builder lambda computed lambdayml path: lambda2.yml Builder lambda global lambdayml path: lambda.yml Builder lambda lambdayml path: lambda2.yml =====> python-sample builder-lambda information Builder lambda computed lambdayml path: lambda.yml Builder lambda global lambdayml path: lambda.yml Builder lambda lambdayml path: =====> ruby-sample builder-lambda information Builder lambda computed lambdayml path: lambda.yml Builder lambda global lambdayml path: lambda.yml Builder lambda lambdayml path:
You can run the command for a specific app also.
You can pass flags which will output only the value of the specific information you want. For example: