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rush rebuild

usage: rush rebuild [-h] [-p COUNT] [-t PROJECT] [-T PROJECT] [-f PROJECT]
[-o PROJECT] [-i PROJECT] [-I PROJECT]
[--to-version-policy VERSION_POLICY_NAME]
[--from-version-policy VERSION_POLICY_NAME] [-v]
[--ignore-hooks]


This command assumes that the package.json file for each project contains a
"scripts" entry for "npm run build" that performs a full clean build. Rush
invokes this script to build each project that is registered in rush.json.
Projects are built in parallel where possible, but always respecting the
dependency graph for locally linked projects. The number of simultaneous
processes will be based on the number of machine cores unless overridden by
the --parallelism flag. (For an incremental build, see "rush build" instead
of "rush rebuild".)

Optional arguments:
-h, --help Show this help message and exit.
-p COUNT, --parallelism COUNT
Specifies the maximum number of concurrent processes
to launch during a build. The COUNT should be a
positive integer or else the word "max" to specify a
count that is equal to the number of CPU cores. If
this parameter is omitted, then the default value
depends on the operating system and number of CPU
cores. This parameter may alternatively be specified
via the RUSH_PARALLELISM environment variable.
-t PROJECT, --to PROJECT
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. Each "--to" parameter expands
this selection to include PROJECT and all its
dependencies. "." can be used as shorthand for the
project in the current working directory. For details,
refer to the website article "Selecting subsets of
projects".
-T PROJECT, --to-except PROJECT
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. Each "--to-except" parameter
expands this selection to include all dependencies of
PROJECT, but not PROJECT itself. "." can be used as
shorthand for the project in the current working
directory. For details, refer to the website article
"Selecting subsets of projects".
-f PROJECT, --from PROJECT
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. Each "--from" parameter expands
this selection to include PROJECT and all projects
that depend on it, plus all dependencies of this set.
"." can be used as shorthand for the project in the
current working directory. For details, refer to the
website article "Selecting subsets of projects".
-o PROJECT, --only PROJECT
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. Each "--only" parameter expands
this selection to include PROJECT; its dependencies
are not added. "." can be used as shorthand for the
project in the current working directory. Note that
this parameter is "unsafe" as it may produce a
selection that excludes some dependencies. For
details, refer to the website article "Selecting
subsets of projects".
-i PROJECT, --impacted-by PROJECT
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. Each "--impacted-by" parameter
expands this selection to include PROJECT and any
projects that depend on PROJECT (and thus might be
broken by changes to PROJECT). "." can be used as
shorthand for the project in the current working
directory. Note that this parameter is "unsafe" as it
may produce a selection that excludes some
dependencies. For details, refer to the website
article "Selecting subsets of projects".
-I PROJECT, --impacted-by-except PROJECT
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. Each "--impacted-by-except"
parameter works the same as "--impacted-by" except
that PROJECT itself is not added to the selection. ".
" can be used as shorthand for the project in the
current working directory. Note that this parameter
is "unsafe" as it may produce a selection that
excludes some dependencies. For details, refer to the
website article "Selecting subsets of projects".
--to-version-policy VERSION_POLICY_NAME
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. The "--to-version-policy"
parameter is equivalent to specifying "--to" for each
of the projects belonging to VERSION_POLICY_NAME. For
details, refer to the website article "Selecting
subsets of projects".
--from-version-policy VERSION_POLICY_NAME
Normally all projects in the monorepo will be
processed; adding this parameter will instead select
a subset of projects. The "--from-version-policy"
parameter is equivalent to specifying "--from" for
each of the projects belonging to VERSION_POLICY_NAME.
For details, refer to the website article "Selecting
subsets of projects".
-v, --verbose Display the logs during the build, rather than just
displaying the build status summary
--ignore-hooks Skips execution of the "eventHooks" scripts defined
in rush.json. Make sure you know what you are
skipping.

See also