in the LabraDoor directory. Make sure LabraCore is running. To access these changes you can publish LabraDoor locally:
LABRADOOR=... # Insert location here
@@ -14,6 +18,18 @@ cd $LABRADOOR
### Using the new changes locally
Once you publish the artifact to your local maven repository. To use it in other projects, simply run
./gradlew build --refresh-dependencies
If this doesn't work, most IDEs that have gradle support will come with a sync feature.
### Publishing your changes
Once your changes are merged to the LabraCore and LabraDoor development branch a new snapshot version or LabraDoor should be created. This is done using `./gradlew publish` instead of `./gradlew publishToMavenLocal`. You can use a personal access token to authenticate yourself. Before doing this update the version in the `build.gradle` file.
When changes are merged to master or development, deploying a new version is done automatically, but the version does still need to be changed.