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From vladimir-kotikov <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-android pull request: CB-11117: Use FileUpdater to optimiz...
Date Thu, 28 Apr 2016 20:58:02 GMT
Github user vladimir-kotikov commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/cordova-android/pull/295#discussion_r61501081
  
    --- Diff: bin/templates/cordova/lib/prepare.js ---
    @@ -26,26 +26,43 @@ var AndroidManifest = require('./AndroidManifest');
     var xmlHelpers = require('cordova-common').xmlHelpers;
     var CordovaError = require('cordova-common').CordovaError;
     var ConfigParser = require('cordova-common').ConfigParser;
    +var FileUpdater = require('cordova-common').FileUpdater;
     
    -module.exports.prepare = function (cordovaProject) {
    +module.exports.prepare = function (cordovaProject, options) {
     
         var self = this;
    +    var platformResourcesDir = path.relative(cordovaProject.root, path.join(this.locations.root,
'res'));
     
         this._config = updateConfigFilesFrom(cordovaProject.projectConfig,
             this._munger, this.locations);
     
         // Update own www dir with project's www assets and plugins' assets and js-files
    -    return Q.when(updateWwwFrom(cordovaProject, this.locations))
    +    return Q.when(updateWww.call(self, cordovaProject))
         .then(function () {
             // update project according to config.xml changes.
             return updateProjectAccordingTo(self._config, self.locations);
         })
         .then(function () {
    -        handleIcons(cordovaProject.projectConfig, self.root);
    -        handleSplashes(cordovaProject.projectConfig, self.root);
    +        updateIcons.call(self, cordovaProject, platformResourcesDir);
    +        updateSplashes.call(self, cordovaProject, platformResourcesDir);
         })
         .then(function () {
    -        events.emit('verbose', 'updated project successfully');
    +        events.emit('verbose', 'Prepared project successfully');
    +    });
    +};
    +
    +module.exports.clean = function (options) {
    +    // Unfortunately the cordovaProject isn't passed into the clean() function,
    +    // but the project root dir and config can be resolved here easily.
    --- End diff --
    
    In fact there is no big difference between calling `gradle clean` and `cordova/clean.bat`but
non-CLi workflow assumes that there is a contract between platform and user, according to
which platform offers a set of shell scripts to control the aspects related to build system,
and the `clean` is one of these scripts just as `build`, `run`, etc - you can find them inside
of 'android/cordova' folder
    
    One of advantages of calling `clean` rather that `gradle clean` is that you might not
have `gradle` available in path, but `clean` contains some logic (similar to build) to find
gradle wrapper, and call it with appropriate arguments


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