classMembers

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The annotation members to use for classes.

Configuration Options

Option: ‘WITHOUT_DATE’

The default value of the classMembers configuration option is WITHOUT_DATE. Setting the option to WITHOUT_DATE therefore produces the same code generated as the default configuration.

package com.example.persistence;

import javax.annotation.processing.Generated;

@Generated(
    value = "YoSQL",
    comments = "DO NOT MODIFY - automatically generated by YoSQL"
)
public class SomeRepository {

    // ... rest of generated code

}

Option: ‘ALL’

Changing the classMembers configuration option to ALL outputs all annotation members.

package com.example.persistence;

import javax.annotation.processing.Generated;

@Generated(
    value = "YoSQL",
    date = "<current_timestamp>",
    comments = "DO NOT MODIFY - automatically generated by YoSQL"
)
public class SomeRepository {

  // ... rest of generated code (same as above)

}

Option: ‘NONE’

Changing the classMembers configuration option to NONE outputs no annotation members.

package com.example.persistence;

import javax.annotation.processing.Generated;

@Generated
public class SomeRepository {

    // ... rest of generated code (same as above)

}

Option: ‘VALUE’

Changing the classMembers configuration option to VALUE outputs only the value member.

package com.example.persistence;

import javax.annotation.processing.Generated;

@Generated(
    value = "YoSQL"
)
public class SomeRepository {

  // ... rest of generated code (same as above)

}

Option: ‘DATE’

Changing the classMembers configuration option to DATE outputs only the date member.

package com.example.persistence;

import javax.annotation.processing.Generated;

@Generated(
    date = "<current_timestamp>"
)
public class SomeRepository {

  // ... rest of generated code (same as above)

}

Option: ‘COMMENT’

Changing the classMembers configuration option to COMMENT outputs only the comment member.

package com.example.persistence;

import javax.annotation.processing.Generated;

@Generated(
    comment = "DO NOT MODIFY - automatically generated by YoSQL"
)
public class SomeRepository {

  // ... rest of generated code (same as above)

}

Tooling

Ant

In order to use YoSQL together with Ant, take a look at the tooling documentation for Ant.

Bazel

In order to use YoSQL together with Bazel, take a look at the tooling documentation for Bazel.

CLI

In order to use YoSQL on the command line, take a look at the tooling documentation for CLI.

$ yosql --annotations-class-members=configValue

As long as the name of the config option is unique across all configuration groups, you can use the shorter form:

$ yosql --class-members=configValue

Gradle

In order to use YoSQL together with Gradle, take a look at the tooling documentation for Gradle. The classMembers setting can be configured using Gradle in Kotlin syntax like this:

plugins {
  java
  id("wtf.metio.yosql") version "2022.6.29"
}

yosql {
  annotations {
    classMembers.set(configValue)
  }
}

or in Groovy syntax like this:

plugins {
  id "java"
  id "wtf.metio.yosql" version "2022.6.29"
}

yosql {
  annotations {
    classMembers = configValue
  }
}

Maven

In order to use YoSQL together with Maven, take a look at the tooling documentation for Maven. The classMembers setting can be configured using Maven like this:

<build>
  <plugins>
    <plugin>
      <groupId>wtf.metio.yosql</groupId>
      <artifactId>yosql-tooling-maven</artifactId>
      <version>2022.6.29</version>
      <configuration>
        <annotations>
          <classMembers>configValue</classMembers>
        </annotations>
      </configuration>
    </plugin>
  </plugins>
</build>