Thank you very much for your message and for using jOOQ.
Indeed, that sounds very reasonable and since jOOQ 3.5, we’ve stopped
overwriting files that have not changed between two code generation runs:
This helps incremental compilers avoid excessive re-compilation work if
only 1-2 columns were modified. Do note that the Maven compile plugin has a
You actually have to turn off incremental compilation to make it work…
I hope this helps,
2016-09-15 23:21 GMT+02:00 <kyle.j...@live.ca>:
> Does anyone know of a way that I can invoke jOOQ's code generation without
> having it overwrite the destination folder entirely? I would like a way to
> update my Database Abstraction Layer to database changes without having
> *all* the existing code necessarily overwritten.
> Thanks in advance,
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