Reference

buf breaking

Verify no breaking changes have been made

Usage

$ buf breaking <input> --against <against-input> [flags]

Description

buf breaking makes sure that the <input> location has no breaking changes compared to the <against-input> location. The first argument is the source, module, or image to check for breaking changes, which must be one of format [binpb,dir,git,json,mod,protofile,tar,txtpb,yaml,zip]. This defaults to "." if no argument is specified.

Flags

--against string

Required. The source, module, or image to check against. Must be one of format [binpb,dir,git,json,mod,protofile,tar,txtpb,yaml,zip]

--against-config string

The buf.yaml file or data to use to configure the against source, module, or image

--config string

The buf.yaml file or data to use for configuration

Do not follow symlinks when reading sources or configuration from the local filesystem By default, symlinks are followed in this CLI, but never followed on the Buf Schema Registry

--error-format string

The format for build errors or check violations printed to stdout. Must be one of [text,json,msvs,junit,github-actions]

--exclude-imports

Exclude imports from breaking change detection.

--exclude-path strings

Exclude specific files or directories, e.g. "proto/a/a.proto", "proto/a" If specified multiple times, the union is taken

-h, --help

help for breaking

--limit-to-input-files

Only run breaking checks against the files in the input When set, the against input contains only the files in the input Overrides --path

--path strings

Limit to specific files or directories, e.g. "proto/a/a.proto", "proto/a" If specified multiple times, the union is taken

Flags inherited from parent commands

--debug

Turn on debug logging

--log-format string

The log format [text,color,json]

--timeout duration

The duration until timing out, setting it to zero means no timeout

-v, --verbose

Turn on verbose mode

Parent Command

  • buf - The Buf CLI