I’m using CircleCI to build & deploy a Middleman site. I’d love to share a link with you, but it’s private
Circle is sort-of-correctly inferring the Compile command should be
bundle exec middleman build, but I’d like to change it to
bundle exec middleman build --verbose, so whenever the build fails, it gives me useful info - I won’t check the logs when it works, so I don’t care about the verbosity in the successful builds anyway.
I can’t find a way to override that step in my
circle.yml, though. This is what it currently looks like:
test: pre: - python -m SimpleHTTPServer: background: true pwd: build - sleep 5 override: - wget -r -l8000 --spider -e robots=off -D localhost http://localhost:8000 -o $CIRCLE_ARTIFACTS/broken-links.log post: - rm build/nohup.out deployment: s3: branch: - master - staging - development commands: - bundle exec middleman s3_sync
How could I specify that I want to change the build command? I may add a previous command that manually does that build, but then it would double every build’s time.
Middleman doesn’t seem to provide a way to set the verbosity through an environment variable - which would be a nice feature and do the trick in this case - so I am left with changing that command. But circle.yml - File structre and content doesn’t even list
Compile as a phase
Am I missing something?