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These are the docs for 13.6, an old version of SpatialOS. The docs for this version are frozen: we do not correct, update or republish them. 13.8 is the newest →

spatial worker clean

Cleans up all workers.

Description

For each worker, runs the 'Clean' task, which is specified, either directly or indirectly, in the worker's 'spatialos.<worker_name>.worker.json'.

By default, this task will perform the steps necessary to clean up the output of the 'Build' step.

See the SpatialOS documentation for more information about customising this process.

Default behaviour and specifying worker names:

If run from the root of the application with no arguments, all workers will be affected. If run from within a worker's directory with no arguments, only that worker will be affected. If worker names are specified on the command line, only those workers will be affected, regardless of where it is run from.

spatial worker clean [worker names] [flags]

Options

  -t, --target string   Specify which target to build. Builds all targets when not specified.

Options inherited from parent commands

      --json_output            Print output in JSON format. Useful when you need to parse the Spatial CLI output.
      --log_directory string   Sets the directory log files will be created in. If not specified, this is set to <project_root>/logs when inside a project directory and logging is disabled when outside a project directory.
      --log_level string       Sets the log level. Available log levels: debug, info, warning, error, fatal, or panic.
      --main_config string     The path to your project's main configuration file (usually called spatialos.json)
      --no_animation           Disable dynamic output elements such as the spinner, progress bars, etc.

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